Michigan Medicine at Peninsula Community Library: Melanoma and Skin Cancers | Jane Boursaw Photo
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Michigan Medicine, in partnership with Peninsula Community Library, presented a program on New Treatments for Melanoma and Advanced Skin Cancers on August 21, 2023.

Dr. Christopher Lao, M.D., Medical Director of Clinical Research for Oncology at Michigan Medicine, and Dr. Christopher Bichakjian, M.D., were the featured speakers. They shared advances in melanoma therapies and reviewed where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going in skin cancer treatments and research.

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They also shared what we can do to protect our own skin from the sun. Check out the video below.

Michigan Medicine at Peninsula Community Library: New Treatments for Melanoma and Advanced Skin Cancers

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