Category Archives: Skin Cancer

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Sun Exposure, Beauty, and Your Health

The evidence that points to the dangers of sun exposure is very clear and continues to mount with new research data. Because medical professionals routinely see how health conditions like skin cancer can ravage a person’s general health and quality of life, it is difficult not to be surprised by the continual popularity of sunbathing….  read more


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The Cancer No One Wants to Talk About

By now, most people can stomach the fact that skin cancer is the leading cancer in most countries around the world. This is not a distinction that we can appreciate. Hearing that a seemingly benign mole or spot on the skin is actually cancerous, regardless of type, is the most unpleasant surprise; and yet this…  read more


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Know Your Skin Cancer Alphabet

When we discuss skin cancer, one of the primary messages is that we should all spend time every single month checking our skin. This recommendation is followed up with specific tips for discerning the true nature of growth – benign or potentially cancerous. You know them as the ABCDE’s of skin cancer. Using this acronym…  read more


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Mohs: What’s Next?

If the time you had spent in the summer sun during your youth has come back to haunt you in the worst possible way, you may wonder if skin cancer is going to be a concern for the rest of your life. It is not uncommon for a person who has been treated for skin…  read more


Get the Right Sunscreen for your Skin

Most of us know by now that, to reduce our risk of getting any skin cancer, we need to wear sunscreen. As summer quickly approaches, the conversation about being sun savvy is picking up steam, as it should, since many of us will be drawn to spending time outdoors. In a general sense, we tend…  read more


Reconstruction after Skin Cancer Surgery

The primary goal of skin cancer treatment is to remove abnormal skin cells in their entirety – every last one of them. The reconstruction of the surgical site has historically been a secondary goal. That being said, surgical methodologies have evolved over time with the intent of improving patient outcomes both regarding reduced risk of…  read more



Sun Protection Mistakes you may be Making

The importance of UV protection is so widely discussed; you would think that developing a plan to protect your ski would be easy. The more we meet with patients, the more we realize that it would be a mistake on our part to assume everyone knows what to do and how to do it. Here,…  read more





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