A Close Look at Mohs Surgery

An estimated one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime, making this cancer, as a whole, the most common one in the U.S. On a daily basis, that translates into some 9,500 diagnoses, with rates of many types of skin cancer continuing to rise, including the most frequent ones—basal cell carcinoma and […]

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