MD Anderson Cancer Center
Mohs Surgery Means Minimal Scarring for Skin Cancer Patients – CNL
Deborah Mac Farlane, M.D., Director of MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Mohs Unit in the Department of Dermatology, explains what makes Mohs micrographic surgery unique and why it is important to have this procedure done at a multidisciplinary center, where departments like Radiation Oncology, Diagnostic Imaging, Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Head and Neck Surgery and Melanoma Medical Oncology collaborate to care for skin cancer patients.
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Title: Mohs Surgery Means Minimal Scarring for Skin Cancer Patients – CNL
Summary: Deborah Mac Farlane, M.D., Director of MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Mohs Unit in the Department of Dermatology, explains what makes Mohs micrographic surgery unique and why it is important to have this procedure done at a multidisciplinary center, where departments like Radiation Oncology, Diagnostic Imaging, Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Head and Neck Surgery and Melanoma Medical Oncology collaborate to care for skin cancer patients.
Keywords: cnl, cancer newsline, Deborah Mac Farlane, mohs, surgery, minimally invasive, micrographic, skin, cancer, melanoma, basal, basal cell, carcinoma, squamous
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