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Lisette Hilton
Lisette Hilton is president of Words Come Alive, based in Boca Raton, Florida.
New hope for eczema
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced its approval of a new, corticoid-sparing ointment to treat mild to moderate atopic dermatitis in pediatric patients aged 2 years and older.
Hidradenitis suppurativa in children: What derms need to know
Hidradenitis suppurativa can impact children and teens physically and emotionally. A dermatologist explains potential differences between pediatric and adult HS.
Consolidation: What it looks like in dermatology
Consolidation is occurring throughout healthcare. An expert talks about what it means to practicing dermatologists.
The big squeeze
Limited provider networks are cutting more than costs; these narrow networks are cutting dermatologists. One expert shares insight on what derms need to know.
Creating the virtual HS multispecialty clinic
Expert dermatologist describes how to create the virtual multispecialty clinic to address the complex needs of hidradenitis suppurativa.
Nonablative technologies and the HS patient
Nonablative lasers, which are essentially modified hair removal lasers, offer treatment benefits for HS patients with stage 1 or stage 2 disease, according to dermatologist.
Derm sounds alarm about Hispanics and skin cancer
Dermatologists should be versed and informed about the specific attitudes and lifestyle habits that could be fueling rising skin cancer risk in the Hispanic population, according to dermatologist Maritza I. Perez, M.D.
Health home meets foster care’s complex needs
An integrated health home in North Texas aims to fill disparities in physical and mental health, educational attainment, and special healthcare needs for today’s children in foster care.
Skin cancer screenings targeting “right” people
About one third of the more than 118,000 people who received free skin cancer screenings from the AAD’s SPOTme program in 2009 and 2010 indicated they had recently seen a change in the size, shape or color of a mole.
New topical hemostatic device in pipeline
If cleared, dermatologists might find the technology useful when excising lesions in patients on blood thinners and more.