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Slow to Change

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Chicago - A pilot survey in California, completed in January 2002, suggests that dermatologists prefer to stick with tried and true surgical modalities to treat numerous actinic keratoses (AK) and severe actinic dysplasia of the face, rather than using alternate treatments.

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