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Mohs micrographic surgery is the most effective and advanced treatment for skin cancer. It is performed on an outpatient basis using a highly specialized and precise technique that removes the cancer in stages, one tissue layer at a time. This technique allows physicians to precisely identify and remove a tumor while leaving the surrounding healthy tissue intact and unharmed. Mohs surgery offers the highest potential for cure – even if the skin cancer has been previously treated by another method. To ensure that your skin cancer treatment is performed to the highest standards of quality and competency, be sure to choose an American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS) fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon. Learn more at www.mohs.org or www.mohscollege.org.
The American Academy of Dermatology is the largest of all dermatologic associations, with a membership of over 16,000 practicing dermatologists in the United States.
The American College of Mohs Surgery promotes and continues to set the highest standards of patient care relating to Mohs Micrographic Surgery through its fellowship training process.
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) and its nearly 4,700 members are at the forefront of the development of safe, in-office procedures that are saving lives by diagnosing and treating potentially deadly skin cancers earlier and more effectively.
Mayo Clinic's dermatology departments care for both common and rare problems of skin, hair, nails and mucous membranes.
The UMHS Department of Dermatology is part of the University of Michigan Health System. Dermatologic health care treatment and services are provided at advanced facilities both on campus and at sites in surrounding communities.
The UIHC Department of Dermatology provides full medical and surgical dermatologic services at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
The ITSCC is a collaborative team of clinicians and researchers from multiple disciplines dedicated to advancing the care and understanding of skin cancer in organ transplant recipients.