Actinic Keratosis Savings Tips

Savings Tips for Actinic Keratosis

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  • FDA Warning Issued for Picato Gel

    August 28, 2015

    The FDA has issued a safety warning for Picato (ingenol) topical gel, used to treat actinic keratosis.

    According to the warning issued August 21, 2015, there have been recent reports that Picato gel can cause severe allergic skin reactions and shingles.

    Is there anything unique about Picato as an actinic keratosis treatment?
    Picato gel only requires 2 to 3 consecutive days of dosing, which is the fastest course of therapy of any topical actinic keratosis treatment. See More

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