Top Five Takeaways From World's Largest Dermatology Conference
As the American Academy of Dermatology meeting ends in Boston, Scrip looks at some of the key data presented at the congress covering the latest advances in the hot area of atopic dermatitis, alopecia and butterfly skin.
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