Jan 30, 2020
In this resident takeover, three dermatology residents -- Dr. Daniel Mazori, Dr. Elisabeth Tracey, and Dr. Julie Croley—recap some of the dermatology issues and controversies that made headlines in 2019. They provide an overview of noteworthy topics such as chemical sunscreen safety, measles and vaccinations, drug approvals, and recalls of popular over-the-counter products and discuss how they have addressed these issues with their patients.
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We bring you the latest in dermatology news and research:
European marketing of Picato suspended while skin cancer
The Food and Drug Administration is gathering information to investigate the safety concern raised in Europe.
Frequent lab testing is common, but low-yield, for
Low rates of abnormalities can inform clinicians looking for an optimal testing strategy.
Click the above headline to read our debut issue from January 1970!
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Things you will learn in this episode:
Hosts: Elizabeth Mechcatie, Terry Rudd
Guests: Daniel R. Mazori, MD (State University of New York, Brooklyn); Elisabeth (Libby) Tracey, MD (Cleveland Clinic Foundation); Julie Ann Amthor Croley, MD (The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston)
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Show notes by: Alicia Sonners, Melissa Sears, Elizabeth Mechcatie
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