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Maintaining Control: Tools for Long-Term Treatment Success in Rosacea

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Maintaining Control: Tools for Long-Term Treatment Success in Rosacea

Featuring Dr. Melinda Gooderham and Dr. Julie Harper

As part of Galderma’s overarching GEMME (Galderma Excellence in Multichannel Medical Education) program we would like to invite you to attend our “Maintaining control: Tools for Long-Term Treatment Success in Rosacea” webinar. This webinar will discuss optimizing outcomes with a focus on long-term management and the importance of patient adherence in rosacea patients and will bring you the latest data and insights from our expert faculty of international speakers.

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Faculty



Dr. Melinda Gooderham
Dermatologist and Medical Director at the SKiN Centre for Dermatology
Assistant Professor at Queen’s University and Consultant Physician
Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Canada


Dr. Julie Harper
President
Dermatology and Skin Care Center of Birmingham
Alabama, USA

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