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Atlantic Health System's Acne Treatment and Research Center Conducting Study for People with Moderate-to-Severe Acne

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Atlantic Health System's Acne Treatment and Research Center is conducting a study of an investigational treatment for people with moderate-to-severe acne.

 

To qualify for the study, people must:

-Be at least 9 years of age

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-Have at least 20 red, irritate pimples, and at least 20 whiteheads or blackheads, and

-Have no more than two large, hard bumps on the face

 

Qualified participants will receive all study medication and study-related visits at no cost, and may receive compensation for their time.

 

Health insurance is not required.


For more information, call (973) 630-2200.

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