Patients with rosacea appear to have a significant increase in the risk of breast cancer when compared to those without this skin condition, according to a new study.
Radiodermatitis affects approximately 95% of all patients who receive radiation therapy for cancer - many of who are women undergoing breast cancer treatment. A recent study has found that developing the condition has a significant and detrimental impact on breast cancer patients' overall quality-of-life.
Hilary Baldwin, M.D., discusses the nuances of adult female acne and its treatments in her presentation at the Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference in Las Vegas.
For many years, genetic expression profiling has helped physicians predict which patients are at the highest risk of having their melanoma metastasize. Now, this same approach could aid in treating squamous cell carcinoma of the skin.
A recent study examines the surgical time and financial savings when using 3D-printed models and surgical guides.
The shift from antihistamines to newer drugs for treating pruritus is rapidly accelerating. Gil Yosipovitch, M.D. shares the treatments you should know in his presentation at the Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference in Las Vegas.
Rosacea is often underdetected and misdiagnosed in skin of color patients. This expert wants to increase dermatologists’ awareness of how rosacea might present differently in skin of color and how best to treat it without causing post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Real-world outcomes from treating adults with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis with dupilumab are similar to what researchers have found in clinical trials, according to this study.
What were the treatment trends of 2018 according to ASDS research? Joely Kaufman, M.D., chair of the ASDS survey work group, explains.
Pain is a distinct and important symptom of atopic dermatitis experienced by almost two thirds of patients, reports a recent study.