Cutaneous Oncology in the Primary Care Setting

As one of the most common forms of cancer, skin cancer will affect up to 20% of the United States population over the course of a lifetime. Every day, nearly 10,000 people are diagnosed with skin cancer and more Americans are diagnosed with this condition than with all other cancers combined. Due to time and […]

Dermatologic Gaps in Primary Care 

Access to dermatologic services and care has posed a challenge in the industry long before the COVID-19 pandemic forced many clinics to shut down. Furthering this challenge, the COVID-19 crisis has shifted the general public’s awareness away from non-emergency medical services and forced the transition of many specialty professionals to the frontlines of the pandemic. […]