View the highlights from our January 2020 issue in this slideshow.
Short on time? View the highlights from our January 2020 issue in this slideshow.
GO TO THE STORY: How should dermatologists feel about direct-to-consumer online companies compounding prescription formulations? Read from three experts on the topic in this article.
GO TO THE STORY: David J. Goldberg, M.D., discusses what constitutes wrongful termination in this Legal Eagle article.
GO TO THE STORY: Drs. LÃ³pez and Kaufman discuss two new studies that examine the use of ultrasound technology as a new modality for treatment of erythematotelangiectatic and refractory rosacea.
GO TO THE STORY: Hans Hofland, Ph.D, and Dr. Steve Xu shine a spotlight on Dermira and its novel topical medicine indicated for primary axillary hyperhidrosis in patients 9 years of age and older.
GO TO THE STORY: Anneke Andriessen, Ph.D. discusses research that suggests controlling symptoms with moisturizers can be an important - and inexpensive - prevention and treatment tactic for pediatric patients with atopic dermatitis.
GO TO THE STORY: Study shows measurement of early ustekinumab levels could be used to direct treatment strategy in psoriasis.
GO TO THE STORY: Early results from the first patients treated for back acne with Nano-Pulse Stimulation in a controlled study show that use of this nonthermal energy modality is providing rapid and sustained clearance of inflammatory lesions.
GO TO THE STORY: A web-based survey indicates erythema severity correlates with rosacea’s quality-of-life impact.
GO TO THE STORY: Novartis, Quest Diagnostics collaborate on free genetic mutation testing initiative, The Know Now BRAF program, for patients with stage III or stage IV melanoma.
GO TO THE STORY: Fat grafting offers a facial volumizing option to differentiate the dermatology practice and, says Dr. Jeffrey Hsu, this all-in-one technology may simplify the process and deliver reliable results.