Rosacea and Antibiotics

Survey ends: 19 September 2018

Are you living with rosacea or know someone who has the condition? If so, we’d be grateful if you could answer 3 short questions - talkhealth are keen to understand more about the use of antibiotics in the treatment of skin conditions, especially when used for the treatment of rosacea.

There is much in the press about antibiotic resistance and the threat to human health.

Antibiotics are a group of medicines used to prevent and treat bacterial infections. Antibiotic resistance occurs when the bacteria changes in response to the use of these medicines, and it’s the bacteria, not humans, that become antibiotic-resistant. As a result, when the bacteria infects humans, the infections they cause become harder to treat than those caused by non-resistant bacteria.

It is becoming more evident that antibiotic resistance leads to higher medical costs, longer hospital stays, and more deaths.

Once the survey closes on 19 September 2018 one person will be chosen at random to win a £25 Amazon voucher. Good luck!

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