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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Subjects: Acne; Skin diseases; Side effects; Patients; Hospitals; Antibiotics
Author: Selby, Holly
Date: Nov 15, 2007
Start Page: C.1
Section: TODAY
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Acne -- the scourge of proms and first dates -- is a skin disease that, while not considered a serious medical condition, can ruin a look, undermine self-confidence and, in severe cases, cause scarring, says Dr. David Strobel, chief of dermatology at St. Agnes Hospital and a clinical instructor at Johns Hopkins Hospital. It usually occurs on sebaceous areas -- or the areas with many oil glands -- such as the face, neck, chest, shoulders and upper arms.

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