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How to Prevent (and Solve!) Summer Skin Problems

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Topics: Dr. Friedman, Summer Skin Problems, Dermatology,

Dr. Adam Friedman breaks down five summer skin problems and treatments

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Tips to Protect Your Skin this Spring!

The GW Medical Faculty Associates: Tips to Protect Your Skin this Spring!
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Topics: cosmetic dermatology, dr. ehrlich, spring,

Spring is finally here and temperatures are slowly rising. Planning to soak up the sun? Dr. Alison Ehrlich provides some tips on how to stay safe while having fun in the sun.

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Rosacea Research Study - Volunteers Needed

The GW Medical Faculty Associates: Rosacea Research Study - Volunteers Needed
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Topics: rosacea, dermatology, research, clinical trial, study,

Dermatology at The GW Medical Faculty Associates is conducting an experimental research study to examine the efficacy of 5-aminolevulinic acid photodynamic therapy (5-ALA PDT) in treating rosacea...

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Cancer Screening Day 2014

The GW Medical Faculty Associates: Cancer Screening Day 2014
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Topics: cancer screening day, dermatology, mammovan, urology,

The GW Medical Faculty Associates, The George Washington University Hospital and The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences will host Cancer Screening Day on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014

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Physician Profile: Dr. Brandon Mitchell

The GW Medical Faculty Associates: Physician Profile: Dr. Brandon Mitchell
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Topics: Dr. Brandon Mitchell, dermatology, melanoma, skin cancer, physician profile,

Meet Dermatologist, Dr. Brandon Mitchell, a diehard UNC Tar Heels fan with a clinical interest in finding better ways to diagnose and treat melanoma.

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Melanoma Risk from Manicures?

The GW Medical Faculty Associates: Melanoma Risk from Manicures?
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Topics: UV exposure, dermatology, melanoma, skin cancer,

It's Melanoma Monday -- a time for greater awareness of this deadly form of skin cancer. A small but new study shows some people might be exposing themselves to increased risk of melanoma when they receive manicures.

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