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Acne treatments have come a long way since the days when teens slathered their faces with gooey, smellypimple creams.

Adair Greene Healthcare Communications will get its chance to show how far in its upcoming campaigns for Stiefel Laboratories’ Brevoxyl and Clindets brands.

The Atlanta shop’s ads will appear in medical journals targeting physicians and dermatologists.

Brevoxyl has dominated the market for a decade; Clindets, like Brevoxyl, is used to treat mild to moderate acne, but utilizes individually wrapped pads to deliver its antibiotic treatment.

Adair Greene was assigned the business, in part, because of its success with other Stiefel...

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