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Burden of Acne

Dr. R.D. Kharkar
Acne vulgaris, or acne, is one of the most common skin disorders that affects both adolescents and adults. Epidemiological studies have demonstrated that acne is most common in adolescents, with boys being most frequently affected, particularly with more severe forms of the disease. The Global Burden of Disease Project estimates the prevalence of acne at 9.4%, making it one of the most prevalent diseases worldwide.
 
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