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Dr. Melanie Dixon counters top sunscreen myths with facts everyone should know to reduce skin cancer risk.
Dr. Naiara Sbroggio Barbosa explains how Mohs surgery can be used to treat basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and some types of melanoma.
Dr. Naiara Sbroggio Barbosa explains that people of all skin colors are at risk of skin cancer and recommends precautions to protect skin.
Dr. Tina Hieken answers questions about surgery for melanoma and research being conducted at Mayo Clinic that is helping to improve patient outcomes.
A key part of protecting your skin with sunscreen is making sure the sunscreen you're using is still effective.
Dr. Dawn Davis explains what precautions skin cancer survivors should take to stay safe while enjoying the outdoors.
Dermatologist Dr. Dawn Davis debunks the myth that people with dark skin are less likely to develop skin cancer.
Dermatologist Dr. Megha Tollefson offers tips for keeping babies safe from sunburn — and skin cancer risk — while outdoors.
After learning that her melanoma had returned, 42-year-old Christina Armendariz sought care at Mayo Clinic and is now cancer-free.
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