MEN’S HEALTH MONTH: A Focus on Skin Cancer Awareness

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Men’s Health Month is June Summer is here, and for many of us in the Northern Nevada area, it means participating in a variety of great outdoor activities. Whether you will be hiking, biking, or headed to the beach, you will be enjoying the fun in the sun after our long winter. June is Men’s

ASK THE DOCTOR: Questions on Skin Cancer Awareness with Adam Wallach, M.D.

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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. It serves as an occasion to raise awareness on the most prevalent cancer in the United States as more than five million skin cancer cases are identified every year. The Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute values knowledge as a source of empowerment when it comes to skin health. Dr. Adam Wallach, board-certified

See Spot, Watch Spot – How Annual Full Skin Exams Help with Early Skin Cancer Detection

As spring approaches and the weather starts warming up, many of us are likely to spend more time outdoors. So, it’s important to remember that too much sun exposure can be harmful to your skin and lead to skin cancer. May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, making it the perfect time to schedule your annual

Raising Skin Cancer Awareness in Reno with Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon and Board-Certified Dermatologist Whitney Hovenic, M.D.

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Every May, Board-Certified Dermatologists and Dermatology Advanced Practitioners spend extra time raising awareness about skin cancer, the most common cancer in the United States. It is a time to educate and inform our community about all things related to skin cancer. Melanoma Monday is also recognized during May and falls on the first Monday of

Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon and Board-Certified Dermatologist, Whitney Hovenic Discusses the Importance of Skin Cancer Awareness on KOLO News Now

At Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute we are dedicated to raising awareness about skin cancer daily, not just with our patients but with our community. Our Medical Providers participate in local community events and organizations, including organizations such as the Nevada Cancer Coalition, to ensure that we spread awareness about America’s most common cancer. And