Skin Cancer Perspective

 
 
  • Physicians: Want Streaming Glory? Know These Legal Tips If you are thinking of becoming a YouTuber or podcaster, before you put your reputation on the line, be aware of these important tips from a healthcare attorney.
  • BAD 2022 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from BAD 2022.
  • ACMS 2022 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from ACMS 2022.
  • The Science of Clean Skin Care and the Clean Beauty Movement As the clean beauty movement is gaining momentum, it has become challenging to differentiate between science and marketing hype, Leslie S. Baumann, MD, writes in her column.
  • 6 Ways to Distract Yourself When Waiting to Match Tips for how to relax in a time of uncertainty between rank list certification and Match Day.
  • Keep the Face-Eating Monster at Bay People say they want a cure for cancer. Then why won't they use what we give them?
  • Words From the Wise When there's time, consider asking for advice from those elders who happen to have an appointment with you. Bring you wisdom, they will.
  • Our Patients' Timeless Stories "Listening to a patient's tales is one of the benefits of being a physician," Jeffrey Benabio, MD, writes in his column.
  • Atopic Dermatitis: A Personal Journey Dr Stadtmauer, an allergist-immunologist, has lived with atopic dermatitis and eczema for nearly his entire life.
  • ACMS 2021 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from  ACMS 2021.
  • Animal Lovers and Zoonotic Diseases: 5 Things to Know Anybody who comes in contact with animals is at risk for zoonotic diseases, and this should be on every clinician's radar. Here are five things to know.
  • Treating Hypertension: Is Anything Safe? Some antihypertensives have been found to be associated with cancers. Others are subject to recalls owing to contamination. What is the best way to treat a newly diagnosed patient with hypertension?
  • Is the Sunscreen Scare Legitimate? The active ingredients in sunscreen are absorbed into the bloodstream, according to a new study, prompting concerns about whether it's safe to use.
  • 10 Ways Climate Change Affects Patients Do clinicians need to be concerned about climate change? It's a human health issue that can be considered in your patient care, says Dr Bruce Lee.
  • Rick Simpson Oil: Cancer Cure or Pipe Dream? He's an Internet sensation, and many cancer patients swear by his eponymous oil. But clinicians and cannabis experts are waving red flags.
  • Hydrochlorothiazide and Skin Cancer: Raise the Red Flag A dramatic association has been found between this common diuretic and nonmelanoma skin cancer.
  • Management Strategies for Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders Clinicians involved in screening, diagnosing, referring, and/or managing patients with OPMDs should be well versed in the latest standards of care. Joel Laudenbach reviews a recent report.
  • Can This Topical Cream Prevent Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer? A study tested whether prophylactic application of topical fluorouracil can prevent nonmelanoma skin cancer.
  • Hydrochlorothiazide and Skin Cancer: Should We Be Worried?   Should we be concerned about, or take any action on, a new link found between this common antihypertensive agent and skin cancer?
  • Merkel Cell Carcinoma: Not Just Another Skin Cancer Merkel cell expert Paul Nghiem, MD, PhD, explains how this rare but deadly condition differs from other forms of skin cancer.