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Telemedicine for acne: Good or bad?

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Is telemedicine a useful tool to treat acne during the COVID-19 pandemic? Julie Harper, M.D., owner and president of the Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center of Birmingham in Alabama, shares her insights.

Previously: Dr. Harper highlights why acne patients shouldn’t be forgotten by providers during the COVID-19 crisis.

During our conversation with Dr. Harper, she provides her take on the use of telemedicine in treating acne patients.

“The very best patients for telemedicine – at least in my opinion – are the acne patients,” she says. Learn why in the video below.

Stay tuned: In our next video, Dr. Harper details how telehealth has impacted her visits with acne patients.

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