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Virus Targets Acne

<br><p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;"><font size="3"><font face="Calibri">A new breakthrough treatment for acne may already be living on your skin.&nbsp; </font></font><font size="3"><font face="Calibri">Scientists have pinpointed a virus that naturally seeks out and kills pimple-causing bacteria.</font></font></p><p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;"><font size="3"></font>&nbsp;</p>

She's the mother of four kids... But it's Andrea Anderson
who has acne and has since middle school fighting it several ways.

"Several different prescriptions over the course of about 20 years."
 
"They're not without side effects you know the topical retinoid that goes on at night can be very drying." 
Scientists have found harmless viruses that live on the surface of our skin, called phages, that can attack and kill the bacteria that help cause acne. 
And those phages are genetically similar, making it easier to pinpoint how they kill acne bacteria and thereby develop a treatment.

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