The Fall 2006 issue of Rosacea Review is now available on rosacea.org. This issue features an article on a new study linking rosacea bumps and pimples to a possible allergy-like reaction (as previously posted here), a discussion of options to control flushing, survey results that counter the myth that rosacea usually strikes between 30 and 50, tips on skin care and a new success story.
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