The RRDi Legal Disclaimer explains our policy on commercial links, so here are a few links in case you need information on rosacea.
If you have no idea what rosacea looks like, it looks like acne. You may find hundreds of images of rosacea in a Google Search.
Other Non Profit Rosacea Organizations (if the RRDi dissolves due to a lack of funds you will always have the ones below since these non profits receive lots of donations from the skin industry, i.e., pharmaceutical corporations and only a small percentage from rosaceans). Learn more watching Rosacea Episodes S1:E3. All the extant rosacea non profit organizations below are comprised of dermatologists and businessmen who have a vested interest in rosacea treatments and serve on their board of directors. Also look at how they spend donations from the public. Why not investigate this for yourself? (Links below are for members only)
Acne and Rosacea Society of Canada
(No financial public records available so we have no data on any rosacea research)
American Acne and Rosacea Society (AARS) 501 (c) (3) non-profit
(Spends most of it donations on conventions for its prestigious members and very little on rosacea research)
National Rosacea Society (NRS) 501 (c) (3) non-profit
(Spends 60% of its donations on two private contractors owned by the NRS board members, and 10% of its donations on rosacea research)
Rosacea Research Foundation [DISSOLVED]
(Spent $16K of its donations to the NRS)
Originally formed in January 2005 by Dr. Chuck Young, Jr., David Pascoe, Geoffrey Nase, PhD, Artist Cloutier and Andrew Reid and dissolved in December 2005.
Other Non Profit Organizations (may spend a tiny bit on rosacea research)
The American Academy of Dermatology
(Spent 3% in 2015 on research [very little if any on rosacea research] and spent most of its donations on employee salaries/benefits and payroll taxes and the second largest expence on sponsoring conventions for dermatologists)
Et Cetera (members only)
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