Protection from the harsh rays of the sun is crucial for everyone—including children. Now that summer has arrived, a refresher course for your patients and their families on sun protection, which can go a long way in preventing skin damage and disorders due to the sun.
Data from one study showed younger women more likely to use sunscreen than older adults.
At the ACMS meeting, Chrysalyne D. Schmults, MD, MScE, highlighted molecular diagnostics for squamous cell carcinoma.
At the current ACMS meeting, Kelsey E. Hirotsu, MD, discussed the bleeding complications seen in patients on ibrutinib for CLL.
A study presented at the current ACMS meeting highlights variables that could predict BCC, including: gender, immune status, and more.
Presenters highlight the possible solutions to communication between the scrubbed-in surgery team and outside help that could save time.
In a presentation at the current American College of Mohs Surgery meeting, Jennifer G. Powers, MD, highlights the needed improvement for immediate access to skin cancer care for VA patients, noting a 33 day average wait time compared to the VAs optimal goal of 28 days.
Nonmelanoma skin cancer ranks in the top 12 skin diseases reported.
Two experts offer a step-by-step guide to creating an effective multidisciplinary treatment team.
The American Academy of Dermatology’s survey finds more Americans say sun protection is more important than 5 years ago, but don’t understand how to protect themselves.