Skin of Color
Are targeted treatments, improved diagnostic tools, and new sunscreen formulations helping us win the battle?
Neal Bhatia, MD, Chief Medical Editor
Seven ways to maximize patient engagement opportunities.
Curating the right type of content, tailoring it, and adding value to it can produce excellent SEO benefits.
Naren Arulrajah with Vikas Vij
Your practice can prosper from a new-found focus.
Tracy Drumm Weldon
Get your acronyms in order with this handy guide.
Mark Kaufmann, MD
Patient concerns should not prevent the physician from advising adequate sunscreen use.
Jolie A. Krooks, BS and Angela G. Weatherall, MD
Raising awareness is essential to confronting the skin cancer epidemic.
Sandra Marchese Johnson, MD, FAAD
Experts say now is the time for a paradigm shift in the approach to these common precancers.
Pete Beisser, Special Contributor
The time is now to make sure all stakeholders are on the same page about prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of skin cancer in patients who have skin of color.
As the popularity of running continues to grow, dermatologists need rapid ready responses to address acute presenting problems, as well as counseling measures to help prevent recurrence.
Barry Goldman, MD
New findings offer insight into the possible effects of the popular prescription on melanoma growth.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
Lasers represent an attractive option for acne patients who have not responded to traditional therapies and who either cannot or will not take oral medications.
Michael H. Gold, MD and Section Editor: Joel Schlessinger
It may be useful to review some of the techniques and approaches used to minimize pain.
Peter A. Lio, MD and Alisa A. McQueen, MD
In this era of higher taxes, proper tax planning is critical.
Carole C. Foos, CPA and Andrew Taylor, CFP
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