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Lisette Hilton
Lisette Hilton is president of Words Come Alive, based in Boca Raton, Florida.
Help for patients with life-altering scars
Help for patients with life-altering scars
New technology aims to create a new paradigm in the medical care for survivors of burns and traumatic scars. Jill Waibel shares her experience using lasers for trauma rehabilitation. New non-profit hopes to help injured military heroes and first responders.
Behind the hype in stem cell therapy
Stem cell use in dermatology is part hype and part investigational reality. Experts help separate fact from fiction.
Derm describes transformative experience
Derm describes transformative experience
It’s quite a sacrifice to close your practice for a mission trip. One doctor describes her experience and offers resources for other dermatologists interested in volunteering.
Beyond the plaque
There’s good evidence to suggest dermatologists who assess psoriasis patients should look beyond the plaques on the skin and consider not just the increased risk to the joints, but also the heart, mind and more.
The oral pipeline for psoriasis
Oral options in the pipeline for psoriasis show promise.
Combination therapy shows promising phase 2 results
Data suggest photodynamic therapy with the investigational topical methyl aminolevulinate may be an effective treatment for patients with severe facial acne.
Ixekizumab effective psoriasis treatment through 60 weeks
Results from three phase 3 trials, suggest ixekizumab (Talz, Eli Lilly & Company) is effective through 60 weeks of treatment among patients with moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis.
App aims to supplement physician visits for acne
The acne app offers a free and immediate analysis of acne type and severity; develops an individualized acne control plan; and monitors users’ progress. It aims to help consumers diagnose, treat, manage and prevent acne.
Investigative eczema drug shows positive phase 2 results
UK-based Ziarco Pharma Ltd. recently announced positive phase 2a results for ZPL-389, a once daily oral histamine H4 receptor antagonist, for the treatment of moderate to severe atopic dermatitis.
How to weigh benefit of Moh's
Mohs surgery experts advise when Mohs is and isn’t optimal skin cancer treatment.

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