The Fall Rosacea Review is now online at rosacea.org. This issue reports ongoing results of research studies funded by the National Rosacea Society as well as management options for the eye symptoms of subtype 4 (ocular) rosacea. Also highlighted are articles on minimizing the threat of bacterial resistance and the results of a recent survey on alcoholic beverages as rosacea triggers.
Other features include tips for coping with changing seasons, Q&As on applying topical products and flushing beyond the face, plus a new success story and a new patient survey on rosacea and workplace interactions.
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