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Adult Acne: Sources and Notes

> AFSSAPS, Treatment of acne oral and general, Arguments.
> CSA-Pierre Fabre survey on severe acne, out of 10, 000 people, 2012. Pierre Fabre press kit, 2013.
> Isotretinoin administered orally: strengthening prescription and dispensing rules, 2002, Ansem.

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