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  1. Cynthia Nixon http://earsucker.com/knew-celebrities-rosacea-36091/
  2. "Rosacea is a chronic cutaneous condition characterized by flushing and persistent erythema of the central face. The disease may also feature telangiectasias, papules, pustules, phymatous changes, and ocular involvement. Until recently, rosacea therapy has empirically targeted the signs and symptoms of the disease because the details of its pathophysiology were poorly understood. However, the last decade has brought significant advances in the understanding of the molecular pathology of rosacea, advances that are informing the development of novel treatments and elucidating the mode of action
  3. http://www.cochrane.org/podcasts/issue-1-3-january-march-2011/interventions-rosacea
  4. This is the official US Government clinical trials reported by the U.S. National Institutes of Health: http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/results?term=rosacea&pg=1 The above page changes and is updated, so check it out!
  5. Laura Kopec has resigned from the RRDi MAC. We will miss Laura and her insight into natural treatments for rosacea.
  6. Mistica experimented with brimonidine before the release of Mirvaso. Here is what she reports: "I would urge great caution to anyone who contemplates trying this medication. I am a brimonidine victim. I ended up in the ER twice with the most horrific rebound flushing. I had nose bleeds, split lips and terrible flushing as the blood surged through my face looking for the weakest route. It would dart about, first engorging the side of my nose, then upper lip area, then the cheek, etc. I have seen another post here where someone else experienced this phenomenon, although in lesser form
  7. Intendis, the maker of Finacea, has now offered a rosacea app for iPhone, Android and Blackberry.
  8. Please post your experience with the ZZ cream in this thread. Zinc Oxide Sulfur Sublimate Ointment (ZOSSO), aka Z Cream, ZZ Cream, Zhongzhou Cream Win a jar of the ZZ Cream! Reply to this TopicThere is a reply to this topic button somewhere on the device you are reading this post. If you never heard about this topic and you learned about it here first, wouldn't it be a gracious act on your part to show your appreciation for this topic by registering with just your email address and show your appreciation with a post? And if registering is too much to ask, could you post your appreci
  9. A new paper out of Russia was released that mentions Episofit A (Episoft A by noreva), a French drug developed by the Laboratory of Evolutionary Dermatology, that improves rosacea by means of a new direction in skin care - corneotherapy. We have not been able to find any other information on this new treatment for rosacea. Do any of the MAC Members have a comment on this new treatment or do any of our European MAC Members have any information that can shed light on this new treatment? For more information on the paper click here.
  10. A report listed on PubMed mentions Episoft A for severe skin conditions, including those with steroid rosacea which I have added this to the list of treatments. This treatment, a French topical, has been announced in a new clinical paper out of Russia which concludes that using a skin analyzer BIA (bioimpedance analysis) along with Episofit A, "the drug is highly effective means of the new direction in skin care - corneotherapy aimed to reconstruct and protect damaged stratum corneum." For more information on this article from Russia click here. The paper states the drug is "Episofit A" (
  11. A Consumer's Report article points out there is a shortage of tetracycline in the US. Tetracycline has been used for over fifty years to treat rosacea. The report concludes for those of you concerned about this shortage: Bottom line: If your doctor prescribes tetracycline and your local pharmacies can't fill the prescription, ask your doctor for a new prescription for a drug in the same class: doxycycline or minocycline. "Doxycycline has more or less taken over the market because of its availability, and because it's only taken twice a day," says Marvin M. Lipman, MD, Consumer Reports' ch
  12. Free or inexpensive treatments for Rosacea Add your treatment to this list by replying to this topic! (1) Drink ten 12 ounce glasses of water every day (2) Eat Ice Chips to reduce your core temperature (3) Cool water (splash water on face or use a spray mist) or Ice application or cold pack (4) Cold air or room temperature (5) Wear a hat or stay in the shade (6) Inexpensive sunblock with SPF 30 or greater (7) Cold plain yogurt on face - source (8) Diet - source (9) Baking Soda and H2O2 - or just Baking Soda (kayclara's post #4 on 10/28/1
  13. The RRDi is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael C. Chen, Ph.D., Medical Science Liaison for Galderma Lab, to the RRDi MAC.
  14. Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/21/rosacea-concealing-treating_n_4135215.html
  15. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11210821.htm
  16. Dr. Kanade Shinkai An article in Skin and Allergy News in discussing Mirvaso states, "Stopping the medication did cause a kind of tachyphylaxis seen with other alpha-adrenergics used to treat nasal or conjunctival congestion, where stopping the drug increased erythema or edema." The article quotes Dr. Shinkai [above] as stating: "I think the jury is still out" until more data become available on long-term use of brimonidine for erythema in rosacea. "However, I think this is a really exciting new development" because it adds to the few tools available for treatment, she said." htt
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    Mirvaso

    Official Mirvaso Web Site "In August 2013, brimonidine topical gel, 0.33% (Mirvaso; Galderma) was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the topical treatment of the facial erythema of rosacea in adults aged ≥18 years. Mirvaso is the first topical agent to receive FDA approval for the treatment of facial erythema of rosacea." Mirvaso (Brimonidine): First Topical Gel Approved by the FDA for the Treatment of Facial Erythema of Rosacea, Loretta Fala, Medical Writer, AHDB Galderma setup the following RED IS WRONG web site (now redirects to mivaso.com) but you can
  18. For the first time, as far as it is known, the RRDi has been quoted by a news release from the Fort Worth Business Press discussing the shipment of Mirvaso Gel. The conclusion of the report states, "More than 45 million people worldwide have symptoms of the disorder, the Rosacea Research & Development Institute says." http://fwbusinesspress.com/fwbp/article/1/2454/Breaking-News/Galderma-now-shipping-new-topical-rosacea-treatment--.aspx
  19. http://www.sacbee.com/2013/09/24/5763822/rosacea-concierge-sets-the-bar.html
  20. http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/life-changing-rosacea-treament-now-being-offered-at-pulse-light-clinic-london-uk-335421.htm
  21. Anna Holmes, Ph.D. has graciously volunteered to serve on the RRDi MAC. She recently wrote an article entitled, Potential role of microorganisms in the pathogenesis of rosacea, in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. For more info click here.
  22. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11086331.htm Rosacea rates highest in New England http://www.skinandallergynews.com/news/medical-dermatology/single-article/rosacea-rates-highest-in-new-england/1fee79f175ef98f694fc31ae9c436f79.html
  23. Galderma now shipping new topical rosacea treatment - Mirvaso Gel Galderma headquarters in Fort Worth. Photo courtesy of Galderma http://fwbusinesspre...reatment--.aspx FDA OKs Topical Gel to Take Red Out of Rosacea http://finance.yahoo.com/news/galderma-receives-fda-approval-mirvaso-120000074.html FDA OKs First Topical Agent for Facial Erythema of Rosacea Medscape FDA Approves 1st Topical Gel to Ease Redness of Rosacea - US News and World Report Mirvaso Gel for Rosacea Now Available - MPR http://i2.wp.com/rosacea-support.org/wp-content/uploads
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