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Terms of use

The online program “AAD 2017 – Highlights from the 2017 AAD Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology” is hosted by Infomedica (International) Limited, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the United Kingdom, with its legal office in London. The program is intended solely for the use of physicians and other qualified medical professionals for medical education purposes.

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This website does not provide medical advice. The opinions or views expressed in the program are those of the authors. Content of this program is subject to modification and amendments. Implementing scientific information presented in the program does not guarantee for success in a specific patient.

Please note that some articles may discuss agents that may not be approved in your country for the application described. Please refer to the official prescribing information for each product for discussion of approved indications, contraindications, and warnings. No responsibility for the content of external links is assumed by Scientific board members and Infomedica. Infomedica also declines all responsibility for reliance upon content obtained through program. The Content should be considered only a source of information or education that a licensed physician or other qualified health provider can use to assist his/her practice. Use of this website, including any communications via this website does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. You should not use the information contained on this website in place of a consultation with medical or other professional advisers. You should not take action, or refrain from taking action, on the strength of information obtained from the website without first consulting competent professional advisers.

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Content of this platform has been selected by the scientific board members from the 2017 AAD Annual Meeting; permissions of use of the materials have been obtained. Scientific board members and Infomedica are not liable for the correctness, completeness, and actuality of the content.


This program is independently supported by Eli Lilly and Company. Infomedica warrants that the sponsorship has no influence on the content of this educational program.

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