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    Default Combination of new multifunctional molecules for erythematotelangiectatic rosacea

    The following is a news article relating to a study for the treatment of erythema in Rosacea patients:

    https://www.dovepress.com/combinatio...d-article-CCID

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    Quote Originally Posted by roasceaclearwannabe View Post
    The following is a news article relating to a study for the treatment of erythema in Rosacea patients:

    https://www.dovepress.com/combinatio...d-article-CCID
    Looks good . How can we get our hands on it ?

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    Hi, I posted about this, too. http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...oto=nextoldest

    The link goes to an article David Pasco wrote about it on rosacea-support.org.

    Hope it's not another "needs further study" thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hg24 View Post
    Hi, I posted about this, too. http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...oto=nextoldest

    The link goes to an article David Pasco wrote about it on rosacea-support.org.

    Hope it's not another "needs further study" thing.
    Ive seen things like this many times down through the years .

    And you know what . Nothing ever comes of any of it .

    Its just all talk and we never see any of the action

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    Yes, guess we'll believe when we see it. Anywho, topicals for dilated vessels under the skin - I'm still not convinced that can work.

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    If we see it, it is sure to cost beaucoup $$$ just because they can charge that much. Hg, depending on the chemistry, certain compounds can go into the skin very rapidly and enter the bloodstream. I believe rosmarinic acid is one such compound though I am not a chemist.

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    If we look at the dysfunction chain that research has revealed to now - endoplasmic reticulum stress - the likely treatment vector could very well be topicals, as much as they've failed us in the past. It allows targeting of the problem area without treating the whole body / vascular system like a systemic would, which could have more side effects.

    But yes, a wonder drug is still a way off, better to "learn to live with it" (hate that phrase, but it's true).

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