Enhancing the success of acne vulgaris therapy

Current concepts of acne therapy date to the mid-20th century with the introduction of broad-spectrum antibiotics, notably the tetracyclines, and estrogen, in the form of oral contraceptives. This was followed by enhanced topical therapy with the introduction of benzoyl peroxide in the 1950s,…

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  1. Current concepts of acne therapy date to the mid-20th century with the introduction of broad-spectrum antibiotics, notably the tetracyclines, and estrogen, in the form of oral contraceptives. This was followed by enhanced topical therapy with the introduction of benzoyl peroxide in the 1950s, topical tretinoin in the early 1970s, and, a short time later, by topical antibiotics.

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