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
Frequently Asked Questions About Melanoma
Skin cancer is a common skin problem, and one type of skin cancer, melanoma, can be deadly. Prevention and early diagnosis are critical. Our dermatologist can
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CLIFFORD W. LOBER, M.D.
505 W. Oak St., Suite 201, Kissimmee, FL 334741 US
Disclaimer: The information contained herein is not intended to diagnose any given lesion you may have or to replace examination by a board-certified dermatologist. Any suspicious skin lesion should be examined by a