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O’Donoghue Dermatology Presents our 2nd Annual Melanoma Awareness Event - May 10th 2019

Join us for the most updated information about the most diagnosed form of cancer in the world – skin cancer!

Learn about early detection, treatment options, what to expect through the diagnosis /treatment process and risk factors. Also, this is an opportunity to meet and interact with our four passionate providers: Dr. J Morgan O’Donoghue, M.D., Amy Fenenga, PA-C, Lorie Master, PA-C, and Jameson Pawlik, PA-C.

8:30 to 9am: Coffee Social
9am to 10am: Melanoma Awareness Lecture w/ Q&A
10am to Noon: Skin Screening (new patients only)

Office Tour open to everyone!

Refreshments, giveaways, and educational materials are provided!!  Call and reserve your spot today 941-926-7546

Melanoma Awareness Event on Friday, May 10
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