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Don't Scratch That - Rashes!

Most of us have had them for one reason or another, and not known much about them. Rash is a general term that means an outbreak of bumps on the body that changes the way the skin looks and feels. Rash can refer to many different skin conditions, and this talk reviews the most common rashes and the treatments for them. Speaker: David Peng, MD

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Emerging Treatments for Hair Loss

Hair loss can cause significant difficulty for individuals affected by it. Dr. Anthony Oro, Director of the Stanford Hair Loss Clinic, describes the most common causes of hair loss, and new treatments for them. Speaker: Anthony Oro, MD
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Skin Cancer: Prevention to Treatment

Melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer , develops in melanocytes, the cells that produce melanin, the substance that provides pigment to your skin and eyes. Melanoma can occur in any part of the body that contains melanocytes. Melanoma is less common than other skin cancers, however, it is much more dangerous and causes the majority (75%) of deaths related to skin cancer. This talk discusses the diagnosis as well as new and emerging research on the treatment of melanoma. Speaker: Kevin Wang, MD, PhD

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