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JDD September Issue Highlights
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Here are the highlights from the September issue of JDD!   For African American women, concerns about facial aging may be more about pigmentary concerns and shifts in underlying soft tissue volume in Understanding the Female African American Facial Aesthetic Patient.     Authors evaluate long-term safety and efficacy of ATX-101 for submental fat reduction in ATX-101 (Deoxycholic Ac …
JDD June Issue Highlights
JDD June Issue
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See the issue highlights and editor picks for the June issue of JDD! JDD Special Focus on Acne and Rosacea’s Guest Editor, Dr. James Q. Del Rosso, emphasizesthe importance of selecting treatment that targets the specific clinical manifestations of rosacea in his Editorial, What Is “PFE”? It May Just Be Time You Found Out....  The Use of Oral Antibiotics in the Management of Rosacea pr …
Marketing Tips & Tricks for Your Derm Practice
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Marketing is in a constant state of change. Google updates their algorithms almost weekly. Social media platforms add new features. Technology provides more innovation. The list goes on and on. A doctor recently asked Risa Goldman Luksa of Goldman Marketing Group, “What has changed in medical marketing over the last year?” In her opinion, below are the 6 biggest changes: SEO (Search En …
JDD May Issue Highlights and Editor Picks
JDD May Issue
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Below are the issue highlights and editor picks for the May issue of JDD! Native American populations live in areas with great UV-index burden and efforts are needed to encourage education and dermatologic services in Skin Cancer Epidemiology and Sun Protection Behaviors Among Native Americans.   Authors aim to examine the genetic profile for those at higher risk for developing skin cancer N …
JDD April Issue Highlights and Editor Picks
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Below are the issue highlights and Editor Picks for the April issue of JDD! Observational Study of Clindamycin Phosphate and Tretinoin Gel for the Treatment of Acne shows improvement in both facial acne and quality of life. The addition of Apremilast to topical therapy significantly improves moderate plaque plaque-type psoriasis in Use of Apremilast in Patients Who Are Dissatisfied With Stab …