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FDA Approves Treatment That Gets Rid of Skin Growths, aka Seborrheic Keratoses - Allure Magazine



Allure Magazine
 
FDA Approves Treatment That Gets Rid of Skin Growths, aka Seborrheic Keratoses 
Allure Magazine
"Traditionally, [seborrheic keratoses] are removed using one of several methods, including freezing (cryotherapy), burning with an electric current (electrodessication), scraping off with a special tool (curettage) ? which may be combined with ...

 


Biofrontera files for IPO to run skin cancer clinical trials - FierceBiotech



FierceBiotech
 
Biofrontera files for IPO to run skin cancer clinical trials 
FierceBiotech
Ameluz is a gel formulation of 5-aminolevulinic acid that is approved for use in the photodynamic treatment of actinic keratoses?potentially precancerous patches of rough skin?in the U.S. and Europe. Officials in Europe have also approved the use of ...

 


Actinic Keratosis Treatment Market Projected to Grow Steadily Period 2017 - 2027 - Digital Journal



Actinic Keratosis Treatment Market Projected to Grow Steadily Period 2017 - 2027 
Digital Journal
Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/10/2018 -- Actinic keratosis (AK) is a form of skin cancer and it is also known as solar keratosis. This indication tends to affect the sun-exposed parts of the skin such as face, bald scalp, lips, and the back of ...

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2017's big breakthroughs - ModernMedicine



ModernMedicine
 
2017's big breakthroughs 
ModernMedicine
Dr. Klein?A-101 is a proprietary high-concentration 40% hydrogen-peroxide based topical solution for seborrheic keratoses, a very common skin lesion affecting more than 83 million Americans,? says Dr. Klein, who practices with Connecticut Dermatology ...

 


FDA OKs Eskata for Raised Seborrheic Keratoses - Medscape



Medscape
 
FDA OKs Eskata for Raised Seborrheic Keratoses 
Medscape
FDA OKs Eskata for Raised Seborrheic Keratoses. Megan Brooks. Disclosures. December 15, 2017. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a high-concentration hydrogen peroxide topical solution (Eskata, Aclaris Therapeutics) for the ...

 


Chest actinic keratoses responds to low-level ingenol mebutate topical - ModernMedicine



Chest actinic keratoses responds to low-level ingenol mebutate topical 
ModernMedicine
A lower concentration ingenol mebutate gel than is indicated to treat chest area actinic keratoses appears to significantly decrease lesion counts, without the sometimes severe skin effects from traditional treatment, according to a recent study ...

 


Can a vitamin really help prevent skin cancer? - Seattle Times



Seattle Times
 
Can a vitamin really help prevent skin cancer? 
Seattle Times
... is right that Australian dermatologists and scientists have done most of the studies in this arena. One recent review of the research concludes that nicotinamide (another name for niacinamide) holds promise for preventing both melanoma and ...

 


Microneedle pretreatment can shorten PDT treatment time for actinic keratoses - ModernMedicine



Microneedle pretreatment can shorten PDT treatment time for actinic keratoses 
ModernMedicine
Actinic keratosis treatment using microneedling followed by photodynamic therapy at a 20-minute aminolevulinic acid incubation time is considerably shorter, about as effective and less painful compared to conventional photodynamic therapy treatment ...

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FDA approves Eskata for raised seborrheic keratoses - Healio



FDA approves Eskata for raised seborrheic keratoses 
Healio
The FDA has approved a topical, high-concentration hydrogen peroxide solution for raised seborrheic keratoses, according to a company press release. Eskata (Aclaris Therapeutics) is an in-office treatment administered directly to raised seborrheic ...
Eskata Approved for Raised Seborrheic Keratoses Monthly Prescribing Reference
Seborrheic Keratoses Tx Approved by FDA (Reuters MedPage Today
Aclaris's drug to treat common growth on skin gets FDA nod Nasdaq
Philly.com 
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Why Winter Is the Best Time to Reverse Summer Sun Damage - Men's Journal



Why Winter Is the Best Time to Reverse Summer Sun Damage 
Men's Journal
During the winter, the last thing you may be thinking about is sun damage?and with colder weather, shorter days, and more skin coverage, why would you? The answer is because now is the perfect time to take action to reverse it, especially if you weren ...