JAN-FEB 2016

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© GETTY IMAGES The latest advances in rosacea treatment. By Laura Beliz Calming the Storm PATIENTS WHO SUFFER from rosacea may exhibit any number of uncomfortable symptoms, from fl ushing and dilated capillaries to papules, pustules and ocular irritation. Treatment options similarly vary, as do theories as to what the underlying causes of rosacea may be. While recent research highlights cardiovascular links and explores the potential role of facial microorganisms, experts agree that the best treatments for rosacea target the chronic infl ammation of the skin and body, and require a holistic approach to patient care.

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