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Treatment Options for Melanoma

When you first find out that you have melanoma, it can be overwhelming, and you may not be sure what the next steps might be. It’s important to talk to Read More

Warning Signs of Melanoma

Melanoma, a form of skin cancer, develops in melanocytes—the cells producing melanin, responsible for skin color. It's often linked to excessive UV exposure, genetic factors, and immune system irregularities. Suspicious Read More

Detecting Skin Cancer Early

Skin cancer is a concerning condition that develops when skin cells undergo abnormal changes, usually caused by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun or tanning beds. It appears Read More

Choosing the Right Dermatologist For You

A dermatologist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating conditions related to the skin, nails, and hair and is the first line of defense in diagnosing and treating skin Read More

Early Signs of Skin Cancer

Dr. Clifford Lober is an expert in dermatology medicine and has two Skin Cancer and Skin Surgery Specialist Centers in Kissimmee & Ocoee FL. This esteemed and award-winning medical doctor Read More

Basal Cell Carcinoma vs. Squamous Cell Carcinoma

The type of cancer that most commonly affects adults in the United States is skin cancer. Of the different types of skin cancer, the two most common are basal cell Read More

What Is Actinic Keratosis?

What Is Actinic Keratosis? Also known as solar keratosis, the condition causes rough scaly patches to develop on your skin. The disorder is a type of precancer, that is, if the Read More

What Is Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

Squamous cell carcinoma refers to a specific kind of skin cancer – one that originates in the squamous cells located on the outermost layer of the skin’s epidermis. If you Read More

How To Prevent Actinic Keratosis

How to Prevent Actinic Keratosis If you have rough, scaly spots on your skin that don’t go away, you could have actinic keratosis. It’s a common skin condition in people over Read More

Who Is at Risk for Skin Cancer?

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. It is not surprising when you consider the amount of skin on the human body. To treat skin cancer in Kissimmee Read More

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