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Acne: What’s New and What’s to Come?
Acne in Skin of Color
by Kimberly Huerth, MD, M.Ed on
I still treat my acne twice daily with a whole cabinet full of various topicals. I’ve tried and failed doxycycline because it disrupts every single molecule of bacterial flora in my body. I’ve tried and failed spironolactone because I was the poster child for nearly all of its annoying and inconvenient side effects. I’ve tried and failed several OCPs because my body was a little too convince …
An Interview with Dr. Kimberly Huerth on the Management of Morbihan Disease
Morbihan Disease
by Lola Adenkule, MD on
Morbihan Disease (MD) is a rare condition but can be a very rewarding diagnosis to make. I interviewed Dr. Kimberly Huerth on her poster presentation of an African-American man with long-standing, progressive Morbihan Disease that took 16 years to diagnose. MD in patients of skin of color may be underreported as well as underdiagnosed. Similarly, rosacea in skin of color is often overlooked and th …
JDD July Issue Highlights
JDD July 2019 Issue
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Here are the issue highlights for the JDD July issue with special focus on Skin of Color: Patient-focused Solutions in Rosacea Management: Treatment Challenges in Special Patient Groups aims to expand awareness of the impact of rosacea on QoL of patients of all ages, genders, and skin types. (CE credit is available)  Myths and Knowledge Gaps in the Aesthetic Treatment of Patients With S …
Dermatology Concerns in in Skin of Color Patients
skin of color
by Angelo Landriscina, MD on
During the 16th Annual ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetics and Surgical Conference, I had the pleasure of taking part in the Resident Career Development Mentorship Program (a program supported by an educational grant from Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc.). and was paired with Dr. Andrew Alexis, Chair of Dermatology at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West in New York City. During a 45-min …
Ask a Mentor: On finding a niche in the field, developing a career in academics and better serving patients of color
As a mentor Dr. Amy McMichael
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
We are excited to announce another installment of our new recurring series: Ask a Mentor. In this monthly segment, we will identify an accomplished mentor in the field of Dermatology to answer your questions about career development and their unique areas of expertise. If you have questions on finding a niche in the field, developing a career in academics and/or better serving patients of color …