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The effect of light in the treatment of acne vulgaris Artigo de Revisão

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  title={The effect of light in the treatment of acne vulgaris Artigo de Revis{\~a}o},
  author={Francisco Macedo Camargo Paschoal and Ana Paula and Palu Baltieri and Ismael},
  year={2010}
}
For several years, the treatment of acne vulgaris has been based on the use of oral or topical medication, isolated or in association with other medications. Such options still represent excellent therapeutic alternatives; however, there are cases in which they cannot be used either because of their side effects or the lack of response to treatment due to the growing bacterial resistance to antibiotics. Based on the observation that light has been successfully used to treat many pathologies… 

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