2021 Summer Virtual Roundtable Series
sponsored by Moda Health
Skin Safety Bootcamp
In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Sancy Leachman hosts a crash course on how to protect yourself from skin cancer. Along with key information on prevention and early detection, she’ll share the tips and products she uses for her family. Pediatric dermatologist Julie Dhossche joins as a co-host to provide additional tips for your kiddos.
Brush up on your knowledge before summer, and share the love to your friends and family by inviting them to hear from leading skin experts for free! Because we all can’t wait to get outside – let’s make sure we’re doing it right.
So you might need surgery for skin cancer...What does that mean?
Hearing you may need surgery for a skin cancer can be overwhelming. Understanding your diagnosis and potential treatment options can help you play an active role in your care plan. What types of procedures are there? What may change depending on diagnosis? What are your personal goals? What questions should you ask? Dermatologic surgeon Dr. Anna Bar and surgical oncologist Dale Han co-host to answer these, and your submitted questions.
More than skin deep — Advanced imaging and skin cancer
Advanced imaging technologies are the latest tool being used at OHSU to detect skin cancers – with one major benefit – without the need for invasive biopsy. Join Drs. Alexander Witkowski and Joanna Ludzik, co-directors of the new OHSU Skin Imaging Center, for a behind the scenes view of the tools, images, and a discussion on the clinical uses for these new technologies. Dermatopathologist Jina Chung will join for a comparison of pathology for traditional biopsied lesions.
2021 Steps Against Melanoma Walk
Date: Saturday, September 18, 2021
Time: Opening ceremony begins at 9:30 a.m.
Place: Laurelhurst Park, Portland, Ore.
Join us in walking to honor melanoma patients past, present and future – while raising money for melanoma research!
Walk solo, or gather a team! To sign up, visit AIM at Melanoma Walk Registration page.