Skin of Color
Recognition of high-risk individuals is accomplished by eliciting pertinent past medical history.
Brian M. Kaltenecker, BS; Jaclyn S. Agopian MPAP, PA-C; Matt Segal; Jordan Rosenberg; Sabrina Rosenberg; and Reneé Y. Cobos, MD
As novel agents come to market or advance through phase III trials and new evidence emerges in the realm of chemoprevention, cancer therapy is advancing.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
New data highlight the need for increased public awareness, as well as continued research on potential chemopreventative agents.
Maryam M. Asgari, MD
Individuals who participate in athletic pursuits may be at higher risk for certain infections and infestations. Here's how to recognize and treat them.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
A botanical extract has been shown in trials to effectively reduce the appearance of scars and striae.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
Here's a guide to some of the latest videos posted at the educational video file sharing site developed specifically for dermatologists.
From location to menu offerings and more, here's the right way to enter the medical spa arena.
Traditionally difficult to treat, stretch marks may respond to a combination of modalities provided in sync.
John Hamel, MD
To bridge the electronic/paper gap, do what permits the most effective use of your particular EMR.
Maithily A. Nandedkar, MD
Here are intriguing new findings on skin cancer management with possible clinical impact.
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