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Did You Know...

May 31, 2008 05:00PM ● Published by Super Admin

...that skin cancer is the number one potentially fatal cancer among young women? In fact, skin cancer affects families more than all other cancers combined! The good news is that skin cancer is almost 100 percent curable if detected and treated early by a dermatologist. It is also preventable, which is why it’s so important to see a dermatologist for a regular skin-screening exam.

The leading culprit of skin cancer is excessive sun exposure. Sun exposure also leads to accelerated aging of the skin. Advanced dermatology rejuvenation can effectively reduce wrinkles, treat sun spots, tighten loose skin, improve skin tone and color, remove blotchiness and eliminate damaged blood vessels. In many cases, future skin cancer risk can often be dramatically reduced. See your dermatologist for a successful diagnosis and treatment of skin, hair, and nail conditions.

— Dr. Rosio is a Stanford trained Dermatologist and Dermasurgeon. As a chairman of the ASDS Skin Cancer Takes Friends campaign (skincancertakesfriends.org), he is offering free skin cancer screenings this spring and summer. For more info, visit AnewSkin.info or call 916-984-3060. •

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