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She Survived 'Survivor' Without a Flare-Up

When nurse practitioner Margaret Bobonich was diagnosed with rosacea in her late 20s, she had no idea she would be on television. As a healthcare professional, she knew rosacea was a chronic condition that required long-term medical therapy along with lifestyle modifications.

"Through the years, I had my share of flare-ups and sometimes they would be severe," Bobonich said. "I just tried to maintain a healthy lifestyle, comply with prescribed therapy, reduce stress and participate in sports activities to keep fit."

Web Site Features Rosacea as Portrayed by Hollywood Actors

Hollywood's portrayal of rosacea on the big screen has made it to a much smaller one -- the computer screen. A Web site featuring a host of skin conditions in the movies, including rosacea, is online at www.skinema.com, and getting a lot of attention.

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