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Dr. Tan stays up to date with current research and practices by working on core domains and measurements in clinical trials and practice in Washington, DC at the International Dermatology Outcomes Annual Meeting. | May 4 – 5, 2018
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The latest cosmetic trend: Preventative Botox “According to a recent report on cosmetic trends, millennials are increasingly invested in getting preventative botulinum toxin injections. Since 2010, the number of botulinum toxin procedures conducted for patients 20 to 29 years old increased by 28 percent.” http://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/2018/04/19/preventative-botox-rising-trend-among-millennials.html
Derm.City (@dermcity) 2018-05-12, 11:56 AM Dr. Jerry Tan says that researching mechanisms for why certain populations do not have #acne can help develop treatments for patient populations where acne appears more commonly. #sss2018 #SkinSpectrumSummit #dermatology pic.twitter.com/1iOXSwd6lD
Dr. Tan stays active in the global medical community by speaking on acne and rosacea research to the Hong Kong Society of Dermatology and Venereology and Dermatology Society of Singapore. Apr 28-30, 2018
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Dr. Jerry Tan in a radio interview on evidence for early treatment of acne to reduce acne scarring. Click Here to Listen to the Radio Interview
Dr. Tan was an invited speaker at the Mexican Academy of Dermatology meeting last weekend in Mexico City. He presented his research on shared decision making, acne, acne scars and rosacea.
Jerry Tan MD FRCPC Adjunct Professor, Western University, Windsor campus; Medical Director, Healthy Image Center, Windsor Ontario Acne has a worldwide prevalence – but intriguingly does not affect certain populations including some tribal groups and those with Laron’s syndrome. The search for underlying reasons has revolved around hormonal abnormalities as well as dietary […]