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The Pledge of Allegiance ends with the words “one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Let us continue to work and make progress, together, so that these words will finally ring true for us all.
One major missing piece from dermatology now is the joy of the office and the warmth of human interaction. Recognizing the feelings of loss may help dermatologists move forward with their practice during the current atmosphere.
Oculocutaneous albinism can create challenges for health, psychosocial, and cultural reasons. Building a care program for people living with albinism and other neglected patient groups can dramatically improve quality of life.
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Dermatology is an ideal specialty and has the tools available to integrate telemedicine into everyday practice, both as a short-term solution and long-term modality. Keep in mind these tips for getting your teledermatology service up and running now…
A National Rosacea Society expert roundtable discussed the need to address persistent facial erythema in patients with rosacea through research and management options.
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