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Dermatologists Recommend Raising Age for Insurance Coverage for Acne Drugs to Age 40 -- or Beyond

...reatment themselves or do without,according to two dermatologists at Wake Forest University Baptist MedicalCenter. In a report published in the Journal of the American Academy ofDermatology, Drs. Steven Feldman and Alan Fleischer recommend raising the agefor insurance coverage of the drug to at least 40. ...

Managed-Care Systems Could Save By Eliminating Restricted Access To Dermatologists

...to adermatologist. The other study determined that dermatologists take less time todiagnose skin diseases than other...for 1990 through 1994. A separate study found that dermatologists take less time to diagnoseskin problems even when seeing a patient for the first time, compared to a...

Study Shows Dermatologists Are Best At Removing Skin Cancers

...could havethe practical effect of prohibiting most dermatologists from removing basil cellcarcinomas in their office...tful." "Iassumed going into this that surgeons and dermatologists were equally effectivein their cure rates." Given the findings, the investigators have initi...

Genetic test for melanoma developed at UCSF

...cious looking skin cells for these abnormalities, dermatologists can be much more certain of their diagnoses, LeBoi...ops and the normal cells begin. This will enable dermatologists to cut out only the cancerous cells and leave behind the healthy ones, LeBoit said....

Wake Forest study shows women suffer from 'gender gap' in treatment of severe psoriasis

...f childbearing age have gone without, according to dermatologists at the Westwood Squibb Center for Dermatology Research at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. In an article in the April issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Alan B. Fleischer, Jr., M.D. and Steven E. Feldman, M.D.,...

Majority of patients in point-of-service health plans never use self-referral option for specialty care

...ialist. The most popular specialists selected were dermatologists and orthopedic surgeons. Of enrollees who chose to self-refer for treatment, 38 percent said they did so to save time and to choose their own specialist. Another 28 percent said they self-referred because they did not get along with their regular doc...

Tanning lamps may increase risks of skin cancers

...Dartmouth study was a statewide collaboration with dermatologists that involved almost 1,500 residents of New Hampshire between the ages of 25 and 74. The investigators interviewed people about their past tanning device usage, history of sun exposure, tendency for sunburn, previous radiation treatment and smoking ...

Survey shows impact of psoriasis is more than skin deep

...is Foundation, The Dermatology Nurses Association, dermatologists and people with psoriasis join forces to launch Be...psoriasis, the National Psoriasis Foundation, DNA, dermatologists and people with psoriasis have collaborated to launch Beyond Psoriasis: The Person Behind the Patien...

Innovative reconstructive surgery improves appearance, outcomes for skin cancer patients

...f Dermatology. To prevent squamous cell carcinoma, dermatologists recommend wearing suncreen with SPF 15 or higher and a wide-brimmed hat whenever spending time, even briefly, in the sun....

FDA approves Enbrel to treat psoriasis

...iasis that can help satisfy the needs of community dermatologists and their patients," explained Gary L. Stiles, M.D., executive vice president and chief medical officer of Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. "Dermatologists have prescribed ENBREL because of its extensive clinical experience and its established safety profile ...

Add an 'E' to the alphabet for identifying melanoma

...er, according to a group of NYU School of Medicine dermatologists and their Australian colleagues. Based on a review...(JAMA). Almost 20 years ago, a group of NYU dermatologists introduced the ABCD acronym for recognizing growths on the skin that could be early melanomas. They ...

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