New Jersey is the only state in the US to allow the use of the skin test for diagnosing skin conditions, including acne.
But some dermatologists worry that patients will not be able to trust the results, as the test is not widely accepted.
Rochelle LeBlanc, president of the New Jersey State Association of Dermatologists, said that although dermatologists were aware of the importance of the test, the number of people seeking treatment was low.
The state requires all residents to get a dermatology examination to be considered for a medical marijuana card, which is available for those with chronic or debilitating conditions.
The card is used to obtain cannabis and other medical marijuana products.
However, dermatologists said they were concerned that patients would be hesitant to get their first dermatology appointment after learning of the drug’s potential side effects.
“The reason people don’t have the confidence to do it is because there are so many people that would never have done it before, so they don’t want to get caught up in it,” said Dr. Joseph D’Avino, chief of dermatology at the Westchester Clinic in New York City.
According to the American Academy of Dermalology, a group of experts, approximately 60% of people with chronic skin conditions will have at least one skin test result at some point.
A third of patients will have an acne test result, while the rest will have a skin test test result for both conditions.
In addition to acne, many dermatologists believe that the test can be useful for the diagnosis of psoriasis and other conditions such as psoractism.
In fact, there are now thousands of dermatologists practicing dermatology across the country.
The New Jersey law was passed in March.
A doctor can obtain a dermatological exam at any dermatology practice in the state.
However, only certain patients with certain conditions can receive a dermatologist’s referral to receive a test.
Dr. D’Avao, the chief of Dermology at Westchester, said he was concerned about the safety of the testing, saying it was often done by people who have no qualifications to be a dermatologists.
He said it was important that the results were not given to people with serious illnesses or conditions.
“If you are having a serious condition, like you have psoracea, that could be causing you to develop acne, and then they would do this test and say it is a bad thing,” he said.
“I would say if you are a young patient who is having acne, this is going to be one of the worst things that could happen.”
In addition, Dr. Davenport said that people with multiple conditions that include diabetes, heart disease, asthma, arthritis, etc., could also be affected by the test.