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25th Anniversary at Harris Dermatology

Summary: Thank you for 25 years of hard work and dedication, Tammie! We are honored to have you as part of the Harris Dermatology team. Thank you for 25 years of hard work and dedication, Tammie! We are honored to have you as part of the Harris Dermatology team.

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Knowledge of Skin Cancer Among General Dermatology Patients

Summary: Original Article ran in Practice Update / Research · June 07, 2018 – Jeffrey F. Scott, MD Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology TAKE-HOME MESSAGE In this survey study, the authors investigated how well patients in general dermatology practices understand the implications and etiology of skin cancer. In total, 273 adults participated in …

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Why see a board certified dermatologist over a non-certified dermatologist?

Summary: By Elizabeth Martin, MD Chair of the AAD Council on Communications The campaign includes a visually stunning web page, titled Why See a Board-Certified Dermatologist?, that includes a wealth of engaging graphics that explain why it’s important to see a board-certified dermatologist. The page includes information on:   Why See a Board-Certified Dermatologist? web …

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Sun and Skin: From Burns to Melanoma, What Every Clinician Needs to Know and Share

Summary: Sun and Skin: From Burns to Melanoma, What Every Clinician Needs to Know and Share Toni Kamins, MA; Jennifer Leavitt | April 21, 2017 | Contributor Information “There is no such thing as a healthy tan,” says the American Skin Association, which regards any tan as an injury, no matter how beautiful it may …

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We are now accepting in-office appointments!

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We will continue to offer Teledermatology appointments but are now opening our doors for in-person visits as well. While we reopen our offices, the health and safety of our patients and our staff remain our #1 priority.

We are using strict CDC and published OSHA guidelines to routinely sanitize our stations and exam rooms. All equipment and patient contact surfaces are also sanitized after each use and again at the end of the day. We are observing new protocols that we ask you to adhere to for your own health, as well as the vulnerable among us.

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