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How White Blood Cells Affect Rosacea

The potential role in rosacea of white blood cells, known as neutrophils, and the substances they produce was described in a presentation at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Orlando. Dr. David E. Cohen, professor of dermatology at the NYU School of Medicine, noted that the skin of rosacea patients is often filled with neutrophils. 

Physicians Discuss ‘Perfect Storm’ for Rosacea in the Body

Physicians recently discussed new advances in the understanding of how rosacea develops in the body, opening the way for potential improvements in its effective care, during the summer meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology in New York.

Dr. David E. Cohen, professor of dermatology at New York University, outlined current knowledge of the disease process of rosacea, providing a map of the development of rosacea at the cellular level.

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