La Roche-Posay has announced the recipients of the ninth annual La Roche-Posay North American Foundation 2014 Research Awards, celebrating advances in clinical, biological and pharmacological research advances in the field of dermatology.
Medicare’s payment data dump has sparked backlash from physician advocate groups, including the American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians, who argue that releasing the information without context is misleading.
Dermatologists are less likely to prescribe generic drugs when they are provided with samples of brand name drugs to give to their patients, a new study suggests.
Hereditary hair loss affects millions of men and women, but with more research, treatments are improving. Neil Sadick, M.D., a dermatologist in New York City, will be speaking about the advances in hair loss and treatments at the 2014 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetic Dermatology meeting in June.
A low-energy, low-density 1,440 nm fractional laser is effective for treating photodamage in Asian patients, according to results of a small study.