Seventeen-year-old India Poetzscher is behind the app "SkinChem," a tool that enables users to determine the level of environmental threat to their overall skin health based on their current region's sun exposure, air pollution, and more.
Doctors at Soroka-University Medical Center in Beersheba, Israel, have been credited with providing life-saving treatment to a woman experiencing critical implications of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. Her condition was diagnosed and treated by a multidisciplinary team of doctors, including dermatologists, intensive-care doctors, and opthalmologists.
Houston dermatologist Milton Moore, MD, has developed a new class of topical pain-relieving products, including the Moore Relief Pain Discomfort Lotion and Moore Relief Skin Revitalizing & Burn Lotion. These were initially formulated with skin-irritating conditions like eczema in mind, but can also be used in burn wound pain relief and healing.
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According to data from Straits Research, technological advances have contributed to a projected market size increase for excimer lasers. In 2021, the market was valued at $429.11 million and is projected to reach $1.04 billion within the next 7 years.
"Lowering the reimbursement threshold for biologics in psoriasis is imperative due to its challenging treatment nature and substantial impact on patient's quality of life," Kim Dong-hyun, a dermatology professor at CHA Bundang Medical Center in Seongnam, South Korea, said in Korea Biomedical Review.
Recently, the Korean Society for Psoriasis published expert consensus on the treatment of psoriasis.
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