Acne vulgaris: One treatment does not fit all

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ABSTRACTWith many treatments now available for acne vulgaris, the treatment must be tailored to the type and severity of the lesions. Most mild-to-moderate cases can be treated with a benzoyl peroxide product, a topical or oral antibiotic, a topical retinoid, or a combination of these medications. Antibiotic resistance is becoming a challenge for many once-reliable topical and oral antibiotics.


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