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Is Mineral Sunscreen Best?

As we head into the summer months and, hopefully, can enjoy ample time outdoors, sunscreen becomes an important topic. Regardless of the value of sunlight to support the natural production of vitamin D, UV rays must be taken in small doses, preferably early in the morning and only for a few minutes. Beyond that, we […]


Getting a Clear Picture of Skin Cancer

Skin cancer has become a prevalent condition in our country, affecting approximately 1 in 5 people today. Seeing that most cases of skin cancer are preventable, we find this statistic unacceptable. Part of our intent at the American Society for Mohs Surgery is to decrease the instances of extensive damage caused by various types of […]


Reconstruction after Mohs Surgery, Is it Always Necessary?

Experts estimate that approximately 20 percent of Americans will face skin cancer during their lifetime. Historically, skin cancer treatment has been accompanied by the persistence of noticeable scarring. This has been especially relevant for patients with skin cancer extending over a wide surface area. When skin cancer develops in a highly visible area, such as […]









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American Society for Mohs Surgery
6475 East Pacific Coast Highway, Box 700
Long Beach, CA 90803-4201
 
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