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Rosadyn Study is Real - Blog Reports from Actual Testers Verify

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Craig Strickland

United States

#1 Mar 23, 2012
Dr. Geoffrey Nase, PhD, Dr. Patrick Bitter Sr. MD and Vascular Health Specialists are finishing up Blog articles from the Rosadyn Clinical Study verifying their results and detailing their maintained clearance.

Dr. Nase, Dr. Bitter and Vascular Health Specialists are also including over 20 pages of the Clinical Questionnaires that show the distribution of responses and cover every question. This will be published on the clinical page as a PDF pop up page.

The post by an "anonymous" source that the study is fake is bend-over laughable.

(1) One photo they reject because two hair are in the same place LOL

(2) One photo they reject because it's a nose shot taken at the same angle. LMAO. They try to reproduce the shot at the same angle whenever possible

(4) One photo they claim is on many sites...do you know how many photos like this look the same. These are clearly not the same photos.

Just get a good laugh at an scared anonymous entity who thinks because they are cowardly that they can right anything they want.

It is a pathetic attempt, but it is so bad that everyone laughs and then moves on.

Once again we will be getting most of these testers to post to verify, plus many have offered a full blog page which will be exciting.

It also looks like most of the oral Rosadyn testers are excited by the new Topical Rosadyn Constrictor-special moisturizer as we have over 2,200 requests at last count.

To the Rosacea Community -- thank you for your support and for putting us on the map the last three years as the number one selling oral Rosacea Treatment!!!

Craig

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Craig Strickland

United States

#2 Mar 23, 2012
The one month pilot study and six month clinical study where both reviewed by independent professionals of the National Advertising Review Committee. This was a two month process due to the treatment claims they were making and they passed the Independent reviews by professionals.

This is ironic because the "debunkers" submitted an anonymous complaint and forced this review. It looks like this completely backfired on them as the Rosadyn Pilot Study and Clinical Study passed intensive review by the National Advertising Review Committee. That is why this ridiculous forum is so active right now -- they are very frustrated that the reviews where extremely positive and both studies passed with flying colors.

This was an independent review by a major Gov't Regulatory board...not by Artist Cloutier and her friends who have an agenda and love slinging mud.

Here are the clinical study results. Treatment photos, testimonials, statistics and bar charts where all extensively reviewed and passed this rigorous process:

http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l

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Craig Strickland

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#3 Mar 23, 2012
Pyratine XR Topical is being heralded as one of the best new Rosacea Treatments.

Most of our Rosadyn Clinical Testers were using Pyratine XR before the start of Oral Rosadyn. Oral Rosadyn was so effective in clinical studies that all former Pyratine XR testers completely stopped using Pyratine and just use Rosadyn.

Excellent research went into the multi-pronged development of Rosadyn and it's paying off. The Rosadyn studies were also more thorough and the statistics clearly show Rosadyn's advantage AND savings.

http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l

Craig

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Dr Abernathy

Winton, CA

#8 Jun 6, 2012
I find this claim quite ludicrous and suggest that Mr. Strickland publish the study protocols. The Rosadyn studies do NOT appear in any accredited peer review journals whereas the Pyratine studies are published in the prestigious Journal of Drugs in Dermatology and conducted at leading Medical Universities. There is no mention of any wash out period and any medical professional treating rosacea gives great consideration to the benefit of combination therapy. PyratineXR is highly successful in reducing redness, lesions and spider veins and has undergone a most successful year long clinical trial conducted at a major Medical institution.
Craig Strickland wrote:
Pyratine XR Topical is being heralded as one of the best new Rosacea Treatments.
Most of our Rosadyn Clinical Testers were using Pyratine XR before the start of Oral Rosadyn. Oral Rosadyn was so effective in clinical studies that all former Pyratine XR testers completely stopped using Pyratine and just use Rosadyn.
Excellent research went into the multi-pronged development of Rosadyn and it's paying off. The Rosadyn studies were also more thorough and the statistics clearly show Rosadyn's advantage AND savings.
http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l
Craig
Dr Hathway MD

Denver, CO

#9 Jun 6, 2012
Craig,

You are correct on most of your assertions and the Rosadyn study and statistics from the questionnaires do meet peer-reviewed standards in the Dermatology community. They have also backed up their results with real time photos which no other rosacea site does. I have many patients on Rosadyn and have seen dramatic improvements that were above and beyond prescription treatment.

Usually you only see one or two sets of photos. Rosadyn has over 55 sets and they enlarge the treatment area for better examination;

http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l

Dr Hathway
Board Certified Dermatologist
National Institutes of Health Grant Review Committee

Ben1970

Since: Nov 08

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#10 Jun 6, 2012
Dr. Hathway, are you the board certified dertmatoligist that Geoffrey Nase talked about doing this study with back in 2009?

Ben1970

Since: Nov 08

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#11 Jun 10, 2012
Let me just say that a study where the authors are encouraging people to post their results on-line in a blog, and where a person actively involved in carrying out the study (Craig Strickland, by his own admission)posts repeatedly as to the details of the study and being involved in tit-for-tat arguements is highly unprofessional and also taints the prospective study's results in creating an expected outcome for the drug being tested. I know of no respectable peer reviewed journal that would accept such a study where random people from the internet are allowed to set their own treatment protocols, take their own pictures where each and every patient will have different lighting and backdrop, and where one of the lead authors is actively spouting his expected outcome of the study before the study is even completed

Ben1970

Since: Nov 08

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#12 Jun 11, 2012
wow Nase buried this thread quickly.
TeebowRules

Oswego, IL

#13 Jun 12, 2012
Ben, you are correct, seems like this website has become a spam site for his herbal pills, some people will try to sell you anything to make a buck.

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