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Acne Treatment Breakthru #57996

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 13, 1979
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(Studio) Intro. to report of interest to teenagers and parents.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Bethesda, Maryland) Report on Dr. Gary Peck's treatment for acne and its success. [Acne sufferer John CRUZ - describes times when disease usual flares up.] Exs. of those successfully treated by Peck include David Red and Keith Elliott. Photos shown. [Skin disease expert Dr. Albert KLIGMAN - says this is top dermatology development in 20 years] [ELLIOTT - discusses treatment's success.] Side effects of medication noted. Further experimentation said in progress with hopes for market within 2 years [ELLIOTT - describes mental difference success of treatment has made.]
REPORTER: George Strait

Reynolds, Frank;
Strait, George

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