Why is rosacea considered to be an inflammatory disorder? The primary role, clinical relevance, and therapeutic correlations of abnormal innate immune response in rosacea-prone skin

James Q. Del Rosso, Richard L. Gallo, Leon Kircik, Diane Thiboutot, Hilary E. Baldwin, David Cohen

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