The Winter 2007 issue of Rosacea Review is now available on rosacea.org. This issue features a feature on the latest round of research grants awarded, an article on the "dark side" of ATP (previously mentioned here), survey results showing that rosacea sufferers are often afflicted by other skin disorders, and a summary of treatment options for rhinophyma. Also in this issue are tips on coping with ocular rosacea, Q&As on whether wine as a cooking ingredient can still be a trigger and information on using anti-inflammatories for calming rosacea symptoms, a new success story and an important new reader survey on the emotional toll of rosacea.
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