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Skin Cancer And Reconstructive Surgery Center specialists are dedicated to staying on the forefront of skin cancer research and education.

 

SCARS Foundation CME Accredited Skin Cancer Conference is one of the methods we use in our team approach to understanding and treating complicated skin cancers. All physicians interested in skin cancer management are welcome to attend this conference

 

If you would like to participate in our monthly conference by presenting a challenging case to the team, we encourage you to contact our Accreditation and Administrative Coordinator. Selected cases will be discussed in an open format with a panel of skin cancer specialists ranging from radiation oncology to dermatopathology and plastic surgery.

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Case presentation SCARS Foundation CME accredited conference.
Case presentation SCARS Foundation CME accredited conference.

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Our Accreditation and Administrative Coordinator will assist in ensuring all proper CME regulations are met before your case presentation.

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