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Acne: An understanding of the disease and its impact on life

  title={Acne: An understanding of the disease and its impact on life},
  author={K Raza and Vaibhav Talwar and Arvind Setia and Om Prakash Katare},
  journal={International Journal of Drug Development and Research},
Acne is one of the most common skin diseases affecting majority of the teens and reaching its pinnacle during adulthood. In certain severe cases, it mounts to pronounced skin deformity. This appears to adversely dampen the self esteem of the affected which can eventually lead to depression and even suicides. The disease invariably diminishes in twenties but in some cases, it might even persist in thirties, forties and beyond and there is no such definite way to predict its spell. Majority of… 

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