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This book came to be written for one very simple reason. Somebody suggested that Martin Sugden, my initial contact at Wiley, approach me to write it. While I had considered the possibility of a book—indeed, friends and colleagues had encouraged me to take the leap— the search for a publisher seemed daunting and life’s other commitments (plus a serious lifelong expertise in procrastination) ruled. Martin’s invitation arrived at a time when, as the reader will see, there are very significant new thoughts and understandings arriving in the world of the acnes. Indeed, some have not reached the shores of North America, some have not yet been published, and some have just recently popped up as novel considerations. The field is moving fast enough that leaving something out is all but inevitable, and if you find I missed something you consider significant, please do let me know your thoughts.Now seems like a great time to start a file for a second edition. All of this new material needs to be sifted and evaluated for logical consistency with the whole, and such reflection and consideration takes time. For me such time is usually stolen from the beginning of the day’s busy activities, in the shower. Indeed, it would not be too big a stretch to say that this present effort was written, or at least conceived and conceptualized and seriously mulled over, during about 40 years of morning showers. Ultimately, this book is written for our patients. We commonly use the phrase “suffering from acne,” but usually without thinking how deeply the suffering goes. As a teenager with bad skin, Janis Ian knew about that. She composed and sang “At Seventeen” in the early 1970s. Her poignant lyrics are a lesson in the impact of acne on self-image.
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