The Correspondence Section serves as a forum for opinion exchange about subjects of general interest such as dermatologic training, relations between dermatologists and pharmaceutical houses, governmental control of dermatology and medical practice in general, peculiarities of dermatology related to geographic, climatic, or racial factors, the flow of information and publications, as well as other concerns the readership might have. Contributions are welcome and should conform to the usual format for correspondence. Manuscripts will undergo standard editorial procedures. Submit all correspondence to Roberto Cortés Franco. MD, Fax: +52 (5) 665 7691. E-mail: