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ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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No other cosmetic treatment, including ablative lasers or chemical peels, has been shown to treat photodamaged skin on so many areas of the body as effectively as the Fraxel laser.
Executives attribute the unexpected sales surge to greater awareness among consumers about the harmful effects of sun exposure and the importance of DNA repair in treating photodamaged skin.
We are very excited that this clinical work demonstrates that OCTN-1 plays a vital role in the active accumulation and utilization of EGT for the treatment of photodamaged skin," said Daniel Yarosh, PhD, President, AGI Dermatics.
This past quarter, DUSA continued with Part A of its Phase II clinical trial on Levulan PDT in the treatment of photodamaged skin.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- AGI Dermatics today announced new clinical research that indicates bicyclic monoterpene diols (BMTd) are effective agents in treating photodamaged skin by significantly increasing collagen production and decreasing production of collagenases.
DUSA hopes to corroborate and extend these results with DUSA's ongoing Phase II multi-center split-face photodamaged skin study utilizing 3 light sources (IPL, long pulse dye laser and DUSA's BLU-U(R)) with and without Levulan.
We found EGT outperformed idebenone at all UVA340 doses in the lab tests, confirming its beneficial role in the treatment of photodamaged skin.
Geoffrey Shulman, DUSA's President and CEO, stated, "Since receiving our initial FDA approval for Levulan PDT with the BLU-U for the treatment of actinic keratoses, results from independent investigator studies conducted by leading physicians(a) (see references below) in laser and cosmetic dermatology have indicated that one of the best opportunities for Levulan PDT may be in the treatment of photodamaged skin.
This treatment is proving effective for reversing the appearance of photodamaged skin, including discoloration and deep wrinkles, acne and traumatic scarring and pigment irregularities, such as melasma.
Ruey Yu were the first to demonstrate the clinical benefits of AHAs in treating photodamaged skin and other dermatological conditions fueling the alpha hydroxyacid skin care revolution.