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Actinic Keratosis: What is it & How Can it be Treated?

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Actinic Keratoses are the most common skin precancer Actinic Keratoses (AKs) generally appear after the age of 40 on people with fair skin, blue or green eyes, or those who freckle or burn in the sun.  AKs are also more common on people who live closer to the equator, regardless of skin type, as sun […]

Board Certified Mohs Surgeon

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Dr. Cynthia Golomb: Triple Board Certified Mohs Surgeon I have great news to share.  I recently passed the board certification exam for Micrographic Dermatologic Surgery.  You may know this as Mohs, a type of surgery for skin cancer that is often done on the face to retain as much non-cancerous skin tissue as possible to […]

A Melanoma Grew Large During Quarantine

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Back in January, I posted to social media this photo of my patient who developed a big melanoma during quarantine.  After hunkering down for months, she finally went to get her hair done and her hairdresser alerted her to the growth.  She came to see me immediately in December and the biopsy I did showed […]

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