Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers. The number of skin cancer patients is growing steadily. Estimates of Americans diagnosed with skin cancer each year range from 700,000 to one million. Half of all Americans will experience skin cancer at least once before the age of 65. The average age of patients diagnosed… Read More

Recent studies have shown that the current dermatologist population is too small to service the demand for skin care. Patients may have to see general physicians instead of dermatologists because of long wait times for appointments and insufficient number of skin care specialists. The shortage is attributed to a number of contributing factors including: Heightened… Read More