Practical management of acne for clinicians: An international consensus from the Global Alliance to Improve Outcomes in Acne

@article{Thiboutot2018PracticalMO,
  title={Practical management of acne for clinicians: An international consensus from the Global Alliance to Improve Outcomes in Acne},
  author={Diane M. Thiboutot and Brigitte Dr{\'e}no and Abdullah Abanmi and Andrew F. Alexis and Elena Araviiskaia and Mar{\'i}a Isabel Barona Cabal and Vincenzo Bettoli and Flordeliz Abad Casintahan and Steve Chow and Adilson da Costa and T el Ouazzani and Chee Leok Goh and Harald p. M. Gollnick and Minerva G{\'o}mez and Nobukazu Hayashi and Mar{\'i}a Isabel Herane and Juan Honeyman and Sewon Kang and Lajos V. Kem{\'e}ny and Raj Kubba and Julien Lambert and Alison M. Layton and James J. Leyden and Jos{\'e} Luis L{\'o}pez-Estebaranz and Nopadon Noppakun and Falk R{\"u}diger Ochsendorf and Cristina Oprica and Beatriz Orozco and Montserrat P{\'e}rez and Jaime Piquero-Mart{\'i}n and JoAnn See and Dae Hun Suh and Jerry Tan and Vicente Torres Lozada and Patricia Troielli and Leihong Flora Xiang},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={2018},
  volume={78},
  pages={S1–S23.e1}
}

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