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Acne Vulgaris Therapeutics and Drugs Company Pipeline Review H2 2017 Analysis Research Report

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Acne Vulgaris – Pipeline Review, H2 2017” new report to its research database. The report spread across in 201 pages with table and figures in it. 714 more words

Pharmaceuticals And Healthcare

Q & A : All About Skin Care (Part 2)

4. Adakah perbedaan pemakaian day skincare dan night skin care ?

Ya, tujuannya berbeda. Cream pagi/ day skincare products biasanya diproduksi yang didalamnya terkandung manfaat proteksi terhadap sinar matahari. 494 more words


Opinion - NHS CRISIS: Radical action is needed, hospital chief warns | UK | News | Express.co.uk

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Here’s a powerful must-read article from the Express for anybody interested in the UK’s public healthcare system. It argues that the… 145 more words


Do OTC Acne Treatments Really Work?

Written by Sara Wilchowski PA-C & Paul M. Graham D.O.

Many people see a dermatologist only after using numerous over the counter (OTC) acne products without success. 1,436 more words

Skin Care

The Procedure of Laser Pigmentation Removal

Getting a clear glowing skin enhances your natural beauty and makes you radiate it around. But with growing pollution both in air and water getting a clear skin or maintaining it is a difficult job. 179 more words


Acne Vulgaris

Acne vulgaris the the medical name for when teenagers get pimples, presumably because teens love vulgarity. I read an article somewhere that suggested it developed as a way for cave man adolescents to present less of a threat to cave man men. 31 more words


Aesthetics Journal: Novan Therapeutics announces success of acne nitric-oxide based drug

Biotechnology company Novan Therapeutics has announced that it has received encouraging results from a phase 2b study analysing a nitric-oxide topical gel candidate drug. 

SB204, which is the company’s leading drug candidate for the treatment of acne vulgaris, was used in the trial and produced significant results on inflammatory and non-inflammatory lesions at week 12 on a recorded 213 patients. 173 more words