AT THE CARIBBEAN DERMATOLOGY SYMPOSIUM

GRAND CAYMAN ISLAND (FRONTLINE MEDICAL NEWS) N-acetylcysteine is reemerging as a treatment for ichthyosis, and even some compulsive behaviors like skin picking. In an interview at this year’s Caribbean Dermatology Symposium, Dr. Albert C. Yan , section chief of dermatology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses in this video interview the use of this agent as an effective treatment for these indications in children.

The meeting is provided by Global Academy for Medical Education. Global Academy and this news organization are owned by the same parent company.

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