Skin of Color
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Naren Arulrajah with Vikas Vij
While EHRs are shifting to cloud-based servers, clinicians should consider how each model suits their individual needs.
Mark Kaufmann, MD, FAAD
Experts from different arenas in cosmetic dermatology weigh in on current and future developments.
Joel Schlessinger, MD, FAAD
From an experimental emulsion to modified release doxycycline, the latest research offers compelling new ways to approach the disease.
Both for the treatment of rosacea and bridging the gap between medical and cosmetic services, lasers offer clinicians and patients a variety of uses. A Q&A with Michael H. Gold, MD, FAAD
New topical formulations in development may become the first treatments approved
for the reduction of erythema associated with rosacea.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
A discussion of optimal uses for rosacea products and non-prescription care.
Diane S. Berson, MD, FAAD
Components collectively called natural moisturizing factor (NMF) that occur naturally in the skin can be delivered topically to treat xerotic, dry skin.
Joseph Fowler, MD, FAAD
The hallmark of good communication with patients is managing expectations.
Richard G. Fried, MD, PhD, FAAD
The National Psoriasis Foundation offers several avenues for physicians to connect with patients and ensure better care.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
A study now underway seeks to evaluate the efficacy of topical anti-aging formulations.
Rita V. Patel, MD, with Amylynne Frankel, MD, Giselle Singer, BA, and Ellen Marmur, MD, FAAD
New products and pharmacologic developments
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July 2012 Supplement