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FINALLY: New Hyperhidrosis Treatment FDA-Approved

For the first time since 2004 when Botox® was FDA-approved for the treatment of underarm hyperhidrosis and 2011 when the miraDry® medical device was FDA-cleared, the regulatory body has sanctioned a new treatment for excessive sweating. Medicine-infused Qbrexza™ “cloths” (from the biopharmaceutical company Dermira, Inc.) deliver an anticholinergic formulation to the sweat glands of the underarms to inhibit sweat production. Find out whether this is a good option for you!

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Now Available: Groundbreaking Voice of the Hyperhidrosis Sufferer Report

If you or a loved one lives with excessive sweating, The Voice of the Hyperhidrosis Sufferer is your report. Your participation, feedback and support surrounding the International Hyperhidrosis Society's Patient-Focused Drug Development Meeting on Hyperhidrosis helped to make it possible and it reflects the experiences and insights of true experts – the people like you who live with and suffer with hyperhidrosis. It’s time now to take this report and share it – to demand change in care, awareness, and treatments.

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Fact or Fiction? Find out.

From 1951 to the present, the International Hyperhidrosis Society has the most comprehensive collection of sweat-related research papers around – so you can learn what the scientists know, and don’t know, about Hh. Learn more about the importance of our Know Sweat Published Literature content and how you can use it to be more Hh-informed. 

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With the Chance to Win a Free Treatment, a More Comfortable Process & New freshEvents: There’s More to Know about miraDry 

miraDry is a non-surgical treatment for underarm sweating. Studies have shown that, for underarms, miraDry can provide 82% reduction in sweating – permanently!  Today, with the chance to win treatment, miraDry’s new comfort-enhancing protocol, and debut patient education events, there’s more to miraDry than ever before. 

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Breaking: Research Proves Delays in Hyperhidrosis Care, Treatment (Dis)Satisfaction + More

A newly-published research article in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology shows that hyperhidrosis patients wait YEARS (3 to 10 years, in fact) before seeking treatment and that some of the most commonly recommended treatments provide the least satisfaction. Read the full blog to discover all the key findings. Thank-you International Hyperhidrosis Society community for participating in this eye-opening study.

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