Key Study Results Published

Posted: 08/13/2007

Results of research sponsored by the National Rosacea Society (NRS) on cathelicidins as a causal factor in rosacea were recently published in Nature Medicine, a leading journal on biomedical science. News coverage of the study, including comments from the lead researcher Dr. Richard Gallo and NRS medical advisory board chairman Dr. Jonathan Wilkin, can be viewed here, and an abstract of the article is available here. The study results were previously summarized here on the NRS weblog.

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