Iranian Journal of Public Health 2017. 46(3):428-430.

Diet in Acne Vulgaris: Open or Solved Problem?
Jakub MORZE, Katarzyna Eufemia PRZYBYLOWICZ, Anna DANIELEWICZ, Małgorzata OBARA-GOLEBIOWSKA

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Diet in Acne Vulgaris: Open or Solved Problem?


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