BY GEORGE HENRY FOX, A.M., M.D.
Of the medical treatment of acne, little need be said. . . . In the local treatment of acne, judging from the text-books, little advancement has been made in recent years. . . . If I were asked to give the practical treatment of this disease in the fewest possible words, I would simply recommend a strict diet, cold baths, systematic exercise, and the frequent use of the curette.
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