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February 2017—Study Finds Increased Incidence of SCC Among Patients Treated with Biologics for Psoriasis A recent study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology so…

Pearls for Treating NMSC

Stefanie Tuleya

January 2017—Insights from DermTube.com

Color Me Healthy: Patient-Centered Care in Skin of Color

January 2017—Dermatologists’ approaches to treating darker skin types aren’t color blind…yet.

Approvals of Note From 2016

Stefanie Tuleya

December 2016—A look back at FDA approvals in dermatology from the year.

Keys for Practice Success in 2017

Kim Campbell

December 2016—The way patients choose physicians is changing, so physicians need to change the way they grow their practices.

The “Aged Microenvironment”: New Understandings of Melanoma Spread and Aggression

Jonathan Wolfe, MD

November 2016—New research sheds light on pathways through which melanoma may become more aggressive.

Recent Developments

November 2016—Vaseline Initiative Aims to Close Skin Heath Treatment Gap The Vaseline Healing Project in partnership with non-profit Direct Relief is working to close the skin health tre…

An atypical presentation of unilateral, linear, hypertrophic lichen planus in a Patient with HIV

By Sara Wilson; Tess Pollinger, DO; George Turiansky, MD

October 2016—In patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), cutaneous diseases often manifest in atypical or unusual patterns. Here, we report an uncommon presentation of unilateral,…

 
 

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