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The rise of oral cancerHead and neck cancers with roots in HPV are appearing in patients that do not demonstrate the high-risk behaviors usually associated with such cancers.
Different possibilities based on a patient’s unique needsDepending on the medical specialist caring for patients with HPV, traditional treatments for genital warts tend to fall into two general categories: provider-administered and patient-administered therapies, according to one specialist.
The male facelift patient is differentNew approaches and a rethinking of aesthetic goals now allow for an effective rejuvenation of the male face, while preserving a natural, masculine appearance.
The importance of the providerIt is in the best interests of individual aesthetic physicians, as well as for cosmetic medicine, to educate patients about why it is important to see specific providers and not to shop by price.
Trends in cosmeceutical ingredientsVivian Bucay, M.D. reviewed the latest findings around common ingredients in today’s cosmeceutical formulations.
3 Tips to stay ahead of competitionThe supply of doctors willing to meet the demand of patients who want cosmetic procedures is growing — fast.
Best practices for facial fat transferOne expert discusses three things doctors need to know to get the best outcomes. He points aesthetic physicians to acceptable start ranges; then, adds subtle artistic cues.
Early phase Tx promisingSB208 is the first topical antifungal with a nitric oxide platform found to be effective for treating tinea pedis.
Microbe imbalance fuels acneThe difference between acne and healthy skin is largely dependent on the balance of the skin microbiota, according to study results.
Ethnic variations in agingThere is a shift in skin aging by decades, depending on ethnicity, according to results of a scientific evaluation underwritten by Proctor & Gamble Co.

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