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LIFE-SAVING MELANOMA MIRACLES

Posted by 02.18.16

For years, there was little, if anything, doctors could offer for advanced or spreading melanoma, the potentially fatal form of skin cancer.

But that was then.

“The landscape has totally changed and for the first time we have been able to essentially cure metastatic disease. What was once fatal now has real hope,” says Mona Mofid, MD, FAAD, Medical Director, American Melanoma Foundation and a dermatologist in San Diego, Calif.

Take former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, for example, she says. Diagnosed with metastatic melanoma in his ninth decade, he is now cancer-free. “I personally have four patients who had metastatic disease in the brain or lung whose melanoma is now undetect

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HELP SOLVE MY SKINHIBITIONS!

Photo Credit: sublativeskin.com

Posted by 08.02.13

If we asked you what you feared more—wrinkles or spiders—what would you say? Is your attitude laidback or do you have your dermatologist on speed dial for the first sign of a pimple? Most of us want to find the perfect solutions for our skin’s concerns, so if wrinkles, pigmentation, loose skin, stretch marks, or acne keep you up at night then it’s time to stop fearing and start acting. With a combination of topical and in-clinic options, you can solve yohttp://www.epionce.co.uk/products/renew-fortify/intense-defense-serum-anti-aging-repair/
ur Skinhibitions.

Help! My Skinhibition is… WRINKLES AND FINE LINES

Wrinkles and lines has been voted the number one skin dislike among

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PROTECTING SKIN OF COLOR

Posted by 05.30.12

From fairest pale to luscious brown, all skin types need to take care in the sun. Skin cancer can strike anyone, regardless of color, and can occur even with skin types rich in melanin. If you have lighter skin that burns easily, you have a higher risk of developing skin cancers, but contrary to popular belief, deep pigmentation does not make you immune.

With all skin tones, the key to prevention is protection, which means avoiding sun exposure during peak hours, wearing protective clothing and, of course, using broad spectrum sunscreens and sunblocks.

“Skin cancer prevention is the same for all skin types – sun protection, sun protection, sun protection,” said Washington, D.C. D

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MEET DR. LORI BRIGHTMAN – NEW YORK DERMATOLOGIST

Posted by 10.30.11

Board certified dermatologist, Dr. Lori Brightman, specializes in Mohs micrographic surgery, dermatologic surgery, cosmetic dermatology, and laser surgery. She received her medical degree from Boston University Medical School, where she was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honors society. Thereafter, she completed her residency training at Boston University/Tufts New England Medical Center combined program and continued her training in Skin Oncology at Boston University as well as Mohs micrographic surgery and procedural dermatology at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York. Today, Dr. Brightman practices in New York City and is a member of the dermatological tea

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BEAUTY   |   AESTHETICS   |   WELLNESS

LIFE-SAVING MELANOMA MIRACLES

Posted by 02.18.16

For years, there was little, if anything, doctors could offer for advanced or spreading melanoma, the potentially fatal form of skin cancer.

But that was then.

“The landscape has totally changed and for the first time we have been able to essentially cure metastatic disease. What was once fatal now has real hope,” says Mona Mofid, MD, FAAD, Medical Director, American Melanoma Foundation and a dermatologist in San Diego, Calif.

Take former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, for example, she says. Diagnosed with metastatic melanoma in his ninth decade, he is now cancer-free. “I personally have four patients who had metastatic disease in the brain or lung whose melanoma is now undetect

Read More


HELP SOLVE MY SKINHIBITIONS!

Photo Credit: sublativeskin.com

Posted by 08.02.13

If we asked you what you feared more—wrinkles or spiders—what would you say? Is your attitude laidback or do you have your dermatologist on speed dial for the first sign of a pimple? Most of us want to find the perfect solutions for our skin’s concerns, so if wrinkles, pigmentation, loose skin, stretch marks, or acne keep you up at night then it’s time to stop fearing and start acting. With a combination of topical and in-clinic options, you can solve yohttp://www.epionce.co.uk/products/renew-fortify/intense-defense-serum-anti-aging-repair/
ur Skinhibitions.

Help! My Skinhibition is… WRINKLES AND FINE LINES

Wrinkles and lines has been voted the number one skin dislike among

Read More


PROTECTING SKIN OF COLOR

Posted by 05.30.12

From fairest pale to luscious brown, all skin types need to take care in the sun. Skin cancer can strike anyone, regardless of color, and can occur even with skin types rich in melanin. If you have lighter skin that burns easily, you have a higher risk of developing skin cancers, but contrary to popular belief, deep pigmentation does not make you immune.

With all skin tones, the key to prevention is protection, which means avoiding sun exposure during peak hours, wearing protective clothing and, of course, using broad spectrum sunscreens and sunblocks.

“Skin cancer prevention is the same for all skin types – sun protection, sun protection, sun protection,” said Washington, D.C. D

Read More


MEET DR. LORI BRIGHTMAN – NEW YORK DERMATOLOGIST

Posted by 10.30.11

Board certified dermatologist, Dr. Lori Brightman, specializes in Mohs micrographic surgery, dermatologic surgery, cosmetic dermatology, and laser surgery. She received her medical degree from Boston University Medical School, where she was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honors society. Thereafter, she completed her residency training at Boston University/Tufts New England Medical Center combined program and continued her training in Skin Oncology at Boston University as well as Mohs micrographic surgery and procedural dermatology at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York. Today, Dr. Brightman practices in New York City and is a member of the dermatological tea

Read More


#Gorgeous
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