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Complete our Scar Patient SurveyCloses 25 November
Win an Amazon tablet - Following the launch of talkscars, we want to capture both your experiences with scars (both big and small) and / or your views on scars and scarring. Whether you have one yourself, you care for someone with a scar, or even if you don’t have any, we’d like to know.
An interview with Dr Andrew Thompson
Dr Andrew Thompson is Clinical Training Research Director for the University of Sheffield, and was interviewed by us recently and shared his thoughts on the need for psychological support for dermatology (including rosacea, eczema, psoriasis & acne) patients.
What happens in rosacea?Sponsored by Galderma
Most people first notice rosacea as redness on their face around the nose and upper cheeks, much like a blush that won't go away. You might also notice spots and bumps that look a bit like acne appearing on the face. In some cases, thread-like red veins can become visible on skin.
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