DermCheck Dermatology Partners with PACER and Not In Our Town

In an effort to curb acne bullying in schools, DermCheck Dermatology partnered with PACER and Not In Our Town, two non-profit organizations, to promote National Bullying Prevention Month. DermCheck offered free dermatology consultations to anyone in California struggling with acne, especially high school students. "The goal is to end acne in high schools. Less acne means less bullying, which means more self-confidence," explains Ben Behnam, M.D. By offering a free dermatology visit, students in California used the service to see an online dermatologist and get prescriptions sent electronically to their pharmacy.

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  • Comment Link Cassandra Hutchison Thursday, 12 January 2017 16:57 posted by Cassandra Hutchison

    As a practicing FL state paramedical aesthetician, and single mom to 3 children, this story warms my heart! BIG KUDDOS to DERM DERMATOLOGY & PACER!!!
    This is beyond awesome, and as a parent to a teenager in High school that also struggles with acne and self esteem issues, I would love to share this article and spread awareness to as many FL based professional Medical skin practioners as I can! What goes around, comes back around! Blessings and
    good Ju--ju to the Docs and partners coinciding on this project! You will be helping so many young adults and teens! I love it!

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