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Acne News with Dr. Adam Friedman
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by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Straight from the desk of ODAC Medical Director, Dr. Adam Friedman, we share what’s popping in acne (spoiler alert: quite a lot!). According to Dr. Friedman, the innovation drought is over! Watch as he reviews all new topical and oral therapeutics (some of which are completely new active agents) and while at it, shares and debunks important information related to the management of acne vulgaris …
Selecting the Best Devices When Starting Out
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by Sang Kim, MD on
I believe one of the most valuable aspects of attending conferences such as ODAC is to “fill in the gaps” in important topics that are often missing in our regular dermatology training. While US dermatology residency programs provide the foundation for providing the highest level of dermatologic care to our patients, they are often lacking in teaching the business side of medicine and practica …
ODAC Scientific Poster Highlights: Acne & Rosacea
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During the 2021 ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetic and Surgical Conference held virtually on January 14th-17th, dermatologists from around the country submitted newly published research findings and novel therapeutics in the areas of acne and rosacea, all presented as part of a virtual scientific poster gallery. We share the highlights of each poster below! Efficacy and Safety of Narrow-spectrum Oral …
Grab a Fork and Knife: An Approach to Treating Rosacea
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by Jessica Kalen, MD on
For most dermatologic conditions, my mantra for treatment tends to be “less is more”. I prefer to use the fewest number of creams, pills, and steps to achieve the best results. However, after watching this year’s ODAC Sneak Peek Inflammatory Diseases Symposium, I may have a new mantra for treating my rosacea patients – “forks, spoons, and knives”. At the ODAC 2021 Pre-Conference Sne …
Updates & Practical Pearls on Hyperhidrosis
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by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Hyperhidrosis,  an extremely prevalent disease affecting about 15 million Americans and 365 million people worldwide, is equally matched by impact and burden on quality of life. Identifying these patients and making them know that this is a true medical problem can be absolutely life-altering. Next Steps in Derm, in partnership with ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetic and Surgical Conference intervie …