California Skin Institute becomes the first dermatology practice in the United States to perform high dose rate electronic brachytherapy as of January 20, 2012.
Extended driving has been suggested to possibly increase the risks of skin cancer. A new study suggests that extended driving may be a risk factor for skin cancer as reported by LiveScience.com. Study researcher Dr. Scott Fosko, chair of dermatology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, is quoted in the report as stating of […]
A recent study suggests too few people aged 50 and over are getting skin cancer screenings. A new survey suggests people at a higher risk for the development of skin cancer are not being screened at recommended rates. As reported by HealthDay News, the study shows that too few white Americans age 50 and over […]