The Fall Rosacea Review is now online. This issue announces the publication of new standard patient care options developed by a consensus committee of 26 rosacea experts as well as results of ongoing research that is increasing medical understanding of the disorder. Also highlighted is new evidence that rosacea patients may be more prone to allergies than the general population and results of a recent survey on the use of oral antibiotics for rosacea.
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