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  1. 1. A DVANCES in COSMETIC & MEDICAL DERMATOLOG Y HAWAII 2007 WAILEA, MAUI • JANUARY 1722 Featured Lectures: Melanoma & Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Biologics Collagen Vascular Diseases Infectious Diseases Pediatric Dermatology Management of Venous Disease Cutaneous Oncology Legal - “Risk Management” Breakfast Sessions: • Ethics in Medicine • Cosmeceuticals • Enhancing your Cosmetic Dermatology Practice Luncheon Seminars: • Biologic and Non-Biologic Therapies • Pediatric Dermatology • Chemo Prevention • Practice Management Workshops: Live Patient/Hands-On • Botulinum Toxin “A” and Fillers • Lasers • Photo Dynamic Therapy • Sclerotherapy THIRDANNUAL
  2. 2. AD VANCES in COSMETIC & MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY HAWAII 2007 WAILEA, MAUI • JANUARY 1722 Speakers (pending final confirmation) David Amberger, MD Geoffrey Anders, JD, CPA, CHBC Richard Rox Anderson, MD Andrew Blauvelt, MD Joel Cohen, MD David Duffy, MD Lawrence Eichenfield, MD Inga Ellzey, MPA Shiela Fallon-Friedlander, MD Michael Gold, MD Mitchel P. Goldman, MD Aditya Gupta, MD Arthur Kavanaugh, MD Suzanne Linsmeier Kilmer, MD David Laub, MD Craig Leonardi, MD Stuart Maddin, MD George Martin, MD Sam Moschella, MD Kevin Pinski, MD Ted Rosen, MD Vic Ross, MD Alan Shalita, MD Bruce Strober, MD Neil A. Swanson, MD Carl Thornfeldt, MD Hensin Tsao, MD Sandy Tsao, MD Stephen Tyring, MD Guy Webster, MD Wm. Philip Werschler, MD SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD / 2007 Ms. Lynne Bulger, Ontario, Canada Dr. Sheila Fallon-Friedlander, San Diego, CA Dr. Michael Gold, Nashville, TN Dr. Mitchel Goldman, La Jolla, CA Dr. Suzanne Kilmer, Sacramento, CA Dr. David Laub, Mill Valley, CA Dr. Stuart Maddin, Vancouver, Canada Dr. Kevin Pinski, Chicago, IL Dr. Ted Rosen, Houston, TX Dr.Alan Shalita, Brooklyn, NY Dr. Hensin Tsao, Boston, MA Dr. Sandy Tsao, Boston, MA Dr. Guy Webster, Philadelphia, PA Chairman: Dr. George Martin, Maui, HI
  3. 3. Day-by-Day Program * Friday, January ,  continued 8:00 – 8:30 am Coffee Service in Exhibit Area 8:30 – 9:15 am Dr. Sam Moschella’s Most Instructive Teaching Cases 9:15 – 10:30 am Collagen Vascular Diseases Update 2007 David Amberger, MD Arthur Kavanaugh, MD Sam Moschella, MD Our panel of experts will discuss the latest diagnostic and therapeutic strategies in management of collagen vascular diseases. 10:30 – 11 am Refreshment Break in Exhibit Area 11:00 – 12:00 pm Pediatric Dermatology Pediatric Dermatologist Dr. Sheila Friedlander Fallon will provide great insight into the “Top 10 Questions Pediatric Dermatologists Will Be Asked In 2007” 12:00 – 2:00 pm Seminar: “Ask the Experts in Pediatric Dermatology” Moderator: Lawrence Eichenfield, MD Sheila Fallon-Friedlander, MD Join the foremost authorities in pediatric dermatology in an open discussion of selected cases provided in advance by our attendees. Selected cases should be submitted by email to ACMD@htcintl.com, or in writing, no later than Dec 31st 2006. - ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED. - LIGHT LUNCH PROVIDED 2:00 - 3:00 pm Risk Management: “7 Ways To Meet A Judge” Geoffrey Anders, JD, CPA, CHBC Saturday, January ,  7:00 – 8:00 am Breakfast Session : “Ask the Expert - Cosmeceuticals 2007” Carl Thornfeldt, MD Join one of the world’s leading authorities in the field of cosmeceuticals for an interactive discussion of this burgeoning field. Dr. Thornfeldt will help you separate scientific fact from “marketing hype” regarding many of the key products in the ever-growing field of cosmeceuticals. -ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED -LIGHT BREAKFAST PROVIDED 8:00 – 8:30 am Coffee Service in Exhibit Area 8:30 - 10:15 am Infectious Disease Update 2007 Andrew Blauvelt, MD Aditya Gupta, MD Theodore Rosen, MD Stephen Tyring, MD Our expert panel will provide diagnostic and therapeutic insights into the most critical emerging viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic pathogens that dermatologists will face in their practice. 10:15 – 10:45 am Refreshment Break in Exhibit Area 10:45 – 12:00 pm “Ask Our Experts: Strategies in Acne/Acne Rosacea Management 2007” Moderator: Guy Webster, MD Lawrence Eichenfield, MD Alan Shalita, MD Join our expert panel as they discuss several critical issues and selected cases provided in advance by our attendees. Selected cases should be submitted by email to ACMD@htcintl.com, or in writing, no later than Dec 31st 2006. Wednesday, January ,  4:00 – 8:00 pm Registration and Exhibit Set-Up Thursday, January ,  7:00 – 8:00 am Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Area 8:00 – 8:20 am Introduction and Blessing 8:20 – 8:50 am Dermatology Update: 2007 Hensin Tsao, MD 8:50 – 10:00 am Cutaneous Oncology: Melanoma and Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Moderator: Hensin Tsao, MD David Amberger, MD Neil Swanson, MD Our panel of experts will discuss diagnostic and management strategies in the treatment of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers 10:00 – 10:45 am Refreshment Break in Exhibit Area 10:45 – 11:15 am Current Concepts in the Immunology of Cutaneous Diseases Andrew Blauvelt, MD 11:15 – 12:30 pm Biologic and Non-Biologic Therapies in Psoriasis and Non-Psoriatic Diseases 2007 Moderator: Bruce Strober, MD Andrew Blauvelt, MD Arthur Kavanaugh, MD Craig Leonardi, MD Our expert panelists provide an overview of the current status of biologics and non-biologic therapies used in psoriasis and non-psoriatic diseases such as atopic dermatitis, pyoderma gangrenosum and collagen vascular diseases. The most current efficacy and safety data as well as treatment strategies of biologic and non-bioloic therapies will be discussed. 1:00 - 2:30 pm “Ask the Experts in Biologic and Non-biologic Therapies” Andy Blauvelt, MD Craig Leonardi, MD Arthur Kavanaugh, MD Bruce Strober, MD Join in an open discussion of selected cases and controversial issues provided in advance by our attendees to our panelists. All cases should be submitted by email to ACMD@htcintl.com, or in writing, no later than Dec 31st 2006. - ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED - LIGHT LUNCH PROVIDED 2:30 – 4:00 pm “Ask the Experts in Cutaneous Oncology” Moderator: Hensin Tsao, MD David Amberger, MD Neil Swanson, MD Join in an open discussion of controversial issues and selected cases in cutaneous oncology provided in advance by our attendees to our panelists. All cases should be submitted by email to ACMD@htcintl.com or in writing no later than Dec 31st 2006 6:00 – 8:00 pm WELCOME RECEPTION AND DINNER Friday, January ,  7:00 – 8:00 am Breakfast Session: “Ethics in Medicine” Geoffrey Anders, JD, CPA, CHBC -ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED - LIGHT BREAKFAST PROVIDED
  4. 4. MEETING CONCLUDES SEE YOU IN 2008! Day-by-Day Program continued* Saturday, January ,  continued 12:00 – 12:30 pm Dermatology Drug Update 2007: What’s In The Pipeline? Stuart Maddin, MD Listen as one of the world’s leading authorities in the field of dermatological therapeutics discusses emerging drugs still in the pharmaceutical pipeline that will be critical to our practice of dermatology. 1:00 - 2:00 pm Session: Chemo Prevention Moderator: Theodore Rosen, MD Michael Gold, MD Philip Werschler, MD An open panel discussion of how our experts use 5-Flurouracil, Imiquimod, Acitretinoin, and PDT in their practices. Learn their approach to preventing and treating actinic keratoses and skin cancer. -ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED - LIGHT LUNCH PROVIDED 2:00 - 5:00 pm Inga Ellzey Practice Enhancement Seminar In this seminar, dermatology’s leading authority on insurance billing practices, Inga Ellzey, will teach you the latest in CPT coding necessary to remain compliant with the current insurance guidelines. Learn from Inga how to enhance your practice income and stay out of insurance audits. This seminar is a must for you, your billing staff and office manager. 6:00 - 8:00 pm COCKTAIL RECEPTION AND DINNER Sunday, January ,  7:00 – 8:00 am Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Area Sponsored by MERZ PHARMACEUTICALS 8:00 – 8:30 am What’s New In Cosmetic Dermatology David Laub, MD 8:30 – 9:30 am Management of Venous Diseases David Duffy, MD Mitchel Goldman, MD Our speakers will cover several topics including:Current concepts in the pathogenesis of venous disease; Non-invasive testing; Sclerotherapy: which solutions they use in their practice and how they manage complications; Ambulatory phlebectomy. 9:30 – 10:00 am Botulinum Toxin A: Where is the leading edge? Joel Cohen, MD 10:00 – 10:45 am Refreshment Break in Exhibit Area 10:45 – 12:30 am Fillers and Faces Moderator: Sandy Tsao, MD Joel Cohen, MD Kevin Pinski, MD Philip Werschler, MD This session is based on case presentations, in which our panelists give their approach to using many of the current fillers in various clinical situations. They will also discuss combination therapy with Botulinum Toxin A. Participate in the dynamic Q&A period at the end of the session. 1:30 – 2:30 pm WORKSHOP: Sclerotherapy Mitchel Goldman, MD David Duffy, MD Live patient demonstrations of sclerotherapy, including foam sclerotherapy, for the treatment of varicose veins. -ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED -SEPARATE FEE Sunday, January ,  continued 3:00 – 5:00 pm WORKSHOP: Botulinum Toxin A / Fillers Joel Cohen, MD Michael Gold, MD Mitchel Goldman, MD David Laub, MD Suzanne Kilmer, MD Kevin Pinski, MD Sandy Tsao, MD Philip Werschler, MD Live patient demonstrations in small groups will allow the attendee an intimate teaching session with our experts. -ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED -SEPARATE FEE Monday, January ,  7:00 – 8:00 am Breakfast Session: Enhancing Your Cosmetic Dermatology Practice Michael Gold, MD David Laub, MD -ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED-LIGHT BREAKFAST PROVIDED 8:00 – 8:30 am Coffee Service in Exhibit Area 8:30 – 9:15 am AMCD 2007 Scientific Achievement Award and Lecture This year’s award will be presented to Dr. Rox Anderson of the Wellman lab. Listen as Dr. Anderson chronicles the history of lasers in dermatology and gives us a glimpse into what the future holds. 9:15 – 10:15 am Laser Symposium Part I Moderator: Suzanne Kilmer, MD Rox Anderson, MD Vic Ross, MD Sandy Tsao, MD A cutting edge, controversial, and state of the art discussion by our panelists on laser topics which cover: Ablative and non-ablative resurfacing, treatment of vascular and pigmented lesions, hair removal, photorejuvenation, and PDT along with the latest technologies. 10:15 – 10:45 am Refreshment Break in Exhibit Area 10: 45 – 12:30 pm Laser Symposium Part II Rox Anderson, MD Suzanne Kilmer, MD Vic Ross, MD Sandy Tsao, MD Included at the end of this session is our “Ask the Laser Experts” open discussion with the audience, concerning the issues raised during the morning symposium. Our panelists will discuss critical issues raised by questions from the audience as well as questions emailed to us in advance at: ACMD@htcint.com. 1:30 – 4:00 pm WORKSHOP: Laser Rox Anderson, MD Joel Cohen, MD Michael Gold, MD Mitchel Goldman, MD Suzanne Kilmer, MD David Laub, MD Vic Ross, MD Philip Werschler, MD One of the most comprehensive laser workshops you will ever attend! Observe live patient demonstrations, during which our preceptors will work closely with you as they demonstrate laser and non-laser technologies from all the exhibiting companies. Find out which machine is right for your practice. Learn from the experts the full potential of each company’s technology, and how to maximize your treatment outcomes. -ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED -SEPARATE FEE *Program Subject To Change
  5. 5. Workshop Fees each session @ $100.00 $125.00 (on site*) x ______= $________ Sclerotherapy / Sunday / 21 Jan / 1:30 - 2:30 pm Botulinum Toxin A & Fillers / Sunday / 21 Jan / 3:00 - 5:00 pm SPECIAL Laser Workshop / Monday / 22 Jan / 1:30 - 4:00 pm FEE: $150.00 Register early, space limited, based on first-come, first-served. *On-site subject to availability. NOTE: ACMD reserves the right to cancel any workshop for lack of attendance. Registration Fees (select one per registrant): Includes all Breakfasts, Social Functions and Coffee Breaks (Up to 1 Nov) (After 1 Nov) (After 15 Dec) FEES**: Physician $695.00 $750.00 $800.00 $ _______ Physician Hawaii (Kama’aina) $500.00 $550.00 $600.00 $ _______ Physician Dermatology Resident $350.00 $375.00 $400.00 $ _______ Proof Required Physician / One (1) day pass $250.00 $ _______ Two (2) day pass (must be two consecutive days) $400.00 $ _______ Date(s): _______________/_______________________ R.N. / P.A. / Office Personnel** $400.00 $450.00 $500.00 $ _______ ** Please circle one. NOTE: Must be accompanied by a physician Spouses / Guests $300.00 $350.00 $400.00 $ _______ Children over age of 10 $250.00 $300.00 $350.00 $ _______ Children under age of 10 $150.00 $175.00 $200.00 $ _______ Exhibitor–Additional 2nd or 3rd person/each $300.00 $300.00 $350.00 $ _______ Note: If on-site add $50.00 A DVANCES in COSMETIC & MEDICAL DERMATOLOG Y HAWAII 2007 WAILEA MARRIOTT RESORT, MAUI • JANUARY 1722 REGISTRATION FORM Registrant Information Please print or type Last Name ____________________________________________________ First Name ____________________________________MI ____ Company Name: ______________________________________________ Office Phone: ____________________ Fax: ________________ Mailing Address:_______________________________________________ e-mail:________________________________________________ City: ______________________ State/Province: ____________________ Zip Code: _______________________ Country______________ [Age, if Child ] Accompany Person(s) Name(s) _________________________________________________ ___________ _________________________________________________ ___________ _________________________________________________ ___________ Make check payable to: ACMD/ Hawaii Or Credit Card (Check One): AMEX VISA MasterCard |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___| EXP |___|___|-|___|___| CID |___|___|___|___| Cardholder Name (please print):_______________________________________________ Cardholder Signature: _______________________________________________________ Total $ Administrative Offices: ACMD / 444 N Michigan Ave / Suite 1960 • Chicago, IL 60611 Phone: 312-321-0150 ext 3010 • FAX 312-644-4646 • E-MAIL: ACMD@htcintl.com Visit our Web page for updates - http://www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  6. 6. The WAILEA MARRIOTT RESORT will be the location for the Meeting and Exhibits Name badges mandatory for all functions and entry to exhibit area and sessions. MAUI, Hawaii Year after year voted “Best Island in the World” by international travelers. Here you’ll find the best of the Hawaii experience in perfect balance – a sophisticated international destination in an exotic, unspoiled natural setting. With world-class resorts and easy access by direct air service from the U.S. mainland and Canada. Maui is the first choice for unforgettable meetings. Maui Highlights: • World-class meeting facilities • Professional, dedicated staffs • Incomparable beaches and activities • Fifteen championship golf courses • Five-star regional cuisine • The warm, friendly “Aloha Spirit” WAILEA Tucked in the leeward side of Mount Haleakala, between the green slopes of the volcano and the deep blue of the Pacific, Wailea proved also to be a fertile land for grazing and growing sugar cane. Ultimately, 1500 acres of Makee’s ranch land passed in the hands of developers, who went about establishing one of the most exclusive resort enclaves in the world. Today, Wailea is studied by architects and planners from around the world as a model for resorts. Its five super-luxe hotels are arrayed like jewels against a royal cape of emerald green landscape. The gem-like beaches of Wailea are sheltered, secluded and rarely crowded, even for visitors not staying at one of the Wailea’s resorts. Wailea’s five beaches – Keawakapu, Mokapu, Ulua, Wailea Beach and Polo Beach offer calm waters which are a swimmer’s delight. Polo Beach, at the south end of Wailea, with its partially paved path and beautiful landscape, has been called one of the most romantic spots in the area. Snorkeling and scuba are prime activities in Wailea. WAILEA MARRIOTT RESORT The first resort hotel built in Maui’s most upscale resort destination continues to command the most desirable oceanfront setting. The Wailea Marriott Resort & Spa is a 35-minute drive from the Kahului Airport and a 20-minute flight from Honolulu. It is presently completing a $60 million dollar renovation. This premier ocean front resort will offer 546 luxuriously renovated guestrooms and suites. Elegant yet unhurried, this tropical Oasis offers unmatched views from a Wailea location that has guest rooms closer to the Pacific than any other world class Wailea resort destination. Nestled between two soft sandy beaches, caressed by crystal waters stretching to the neighboring islands, framing sunsets that defy description. Our fragrant gardens of ginger and plumeria, majestic palm trees and clear blue skies create an atmosphere of total relaxation. Here, the spirit of “Maui’s Warmest Aloha” will embrace you. When it’s time to take relaxation to a whole new level, guests may be pampered in one of twelve ocean view treatment rooms in the all new 10,000 square foot Mandara Spa. For those who want to remain in top shape, the renovated Fitness Center will have a wide variety of all new equipment in an all-new setting. Walking paths at the resort wind past extensive, manicured lawns, graceful arcs of sand and a lava coastline. Peaceful waves dance along the shore, just steps from the oceanfront rooms. At night, as you slide open the door to your lanai, the music of the ocean lulls you to sleep. The Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa will also be offering renovated retail shops, and with over 65 additional shops and 4 restaurants located in the adjacent Wailea Shopping Village. GRAND WAILEA RESORT Situated on 40 acres fronting the spectacular Wailea Beach on the southwest shore of the island of Maui. Built in 1991 with a commitment to portray the richness of Hawaii’s nature, culture, and people, the resort features: • Luxurious accommodations, spacious rooms most with ocean views • Award-winning cuisine, dining experiences include everything from a “floating restaurant” to an open-air bistro • Championship golf, five championship 18 hole courses are only minutes away • Tennis and an array of recreational facilities and outdoor activities Grand Wailea Resort is considered by many as one of the “best resort hotels” in the world. MEETING MANAGEMENT HTC INTERNATIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION Faculty Every effort has been made by ACMD to insure attendance of the faculty shown. However, faculty members may be subject to change without prior notice. CME The Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology Hawaii 2007 meeting is recognized by the American Academy of Dermatology for 36.5 hour(s) of AAD category 1 CME credit and may be used toward the American Academy of Dermatology’s Continuing Medical Education Award. Social Program Meeting Registration includes: Welcome Reception & Dinner / Thursday 18 January 2007 Continental Breakfast daily Coffee/Tea 7 am – Noon Cocktail Reception & Dinner / Saturday 20 January 2007 Cancellation and Refund From the initial confirmation until 1 December 06 a penalty of $100.00 of the total Registration fee. After 1 December 06 and up to 30 December 06 the penalty will be 50% of the total Registration fee. After 30 December 06 there will be no refunds for cancellation or for lack of attendance. Registrants who do not cancel according to the guidelines above noted forfeit all fees. Refunds will be processed within thirty (30) days following the meeting. Technical Exhibits Pharmaceutical and medical equipment information will be available to dermatologists in the Exhibit Area. ADA Statement For disability accommodations, please phone (808) 875-0511. Fax (808) 875-8595 or Email: ACMD@htcintl.com. Written notification of any special needs at least one month in advance will help us serve you better. Local Activities There will be a Hospitality Desk to assist you with a large variety of local activities such as: Golf, Water Sports, Snorkeling tour to Molokini, Helicopter Tours, Haleakala Downhill Bike Tour, Neighbor Island Tours and many others... ACMD Administrative Office 444 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1960 • Chicago, Illinois 60611 Email: ACMD@htcintl.com
  7. 7. Seminar participants have an option as to the category of accommodations. The rates are per room, on a daily basis, and are the same for single or double occupancy. Room categories are based on availability on the date the request form is received. Should a category be sold out for the dates requested, your room reservations will automatically be confirmed in the next available category. Hotel arrangements cannot be confirmed by phone. We strongly encourage participants to reserve early, to insure a room in their desired hotel and category! Send this form to: HTC INTERNATIONAL • 444 N Michigan Ave. Ste 1960 • Chicago, IL 60611 FAX 312-644-4646 • Phone: 312-321-0235 ext 3010 • E-MAIL: htcintl_info@htcintl.com Note: To the above rates shown for both hotels you must ADD the present Hawaii Tax of 11.41% (subject to change) Special Requests: PLEASE CIRCLE No Smoking Room Smoking Room King Bed 2 double beds Arrival Date:_________________ Departure Date:_________________ Note: Special Requests will be forwarded to the hotel by HTC. It is the hotel that confirms or denies special requests. Requests are not guaranteed by HTC, ACMD or the hotel. Hawaii State Law prohibits more than 4 persons per room. LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE (if under 18) 1) ____________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________ 2) ____________________________________________________ City _____________________ State_________ ZIP________________ 3) ____________________________________________________ Office Phone _______________ FAX____________________________ 4) ____________________________________________________ E-Mail ____________________________________________________ NOTE: All changes and cancellations must be done in writing to HTC. ADA STATEMENT: For disability accommodations, please phone 808-875-8595, or email ACMD@htcintl.com. DEPOSIT/CANCELLATION POLICY: An initial deposit, equaling a two (2) night stay, is required in order to confirm your reservation. After November 1, 2006, this deposit is non-refundable in the event of cancellation. CHANGE POLICY: Any changes made to a reservation after the initial confirmation is subject to a $25 administrative fee. Any reduction in the total room nights reserved after November 1, 2006 may be subject to penalty. Deposits may be paid by credit card or check. NO reservation will be confirmed without deposit. If paying by check, make payable to HTC INTL. If by credit card, complete below Circle One: VISA MC AMEX Card # ___________________________ Name as it appears in card ____________________________________ Expiration Date : __________ Visit our Web page for updates - http://www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com Deadline Date: December 15, 2006 Hotel Reservation Form Advances in Cosmetic & Medical Dermatology January 17-22, 2007 Any reservation received after this date cannot be assured of hotel space or the group rate. HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS / ACMD SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS / January 17-22, 2007/ WAILEA, MAUI WAILEA MARRIOTT RESORT & SPA Location of Meeting, Seminars & Workshops Garden View $240.00* Ocean View $290.00* Ocean Front $330.00* x 2 Nights Dep = $_________ + Tax *To the above shown rates you must add a Daily Resort Fee of $15.00 per room. GRAND WAILEA RESORT & SPA (Limited number of rooms available) Terrace $275.00* Garden View $335.00* Ocean View $425.00* Deluxe Ocean View $445.00* *To the above shown rates you must add a Daily Resort Fee of $20.00 per room. Other________________ x 2 Nights Dep = $_________ + Tax
  8. 8. A DVANCES in COSMETIC & MEDICAL DERMATOLOG Y HAWAII 2007 Sponsorship Provided By: Platinum Level Exhibitors Visit our Web page for Updates – http://www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com Silver Level Bronze Level Gold Level Educational Grants TM Merz Pharmaceuticals RA Medical Systems Abbott Allergan Alma Lasers Amgen Astellas Pharma US, Inc Candela Laser Centocor, Inc. Chester Valley Pharmaceuticals Collagenex Connetics Galderma Genentech Glaxo Smith Kline HTP Pharmaceuticals Iridex LaJolla Spa MD Lumenis Neocutis Nia 24 / Niadyne, Inc PharmaDerm PierreFabre Dermo Cosmetique. USA Procter & Gamble Company RA Medical Systems Reliant Technologies Rhytec, Inc Sanofi-Aventis / Dermik Skin and Aging Magazine Stiefel Laboratories Topix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Triax Pharmaceuticals, Inc.