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Melanoma Awareness Month Seminar 2014

One of the many advantages of our newly renovated office is an expanded reception area which is equipped with a projection screen that allows us to host educational seminars.

With this great space at our disposal, we decided to start an O'Donoghue Dermatology tradition to celebrate Melanoma Awareness Month. On May 9th we hosted our 1st Annual Melanoma Awareness Seminar. Patients and guests in attendance enjoyed FREE Skin Cancer Screenings, UV Facial Analysis, giveaways, and refreshments.

If you missed the first event, you can catch some of the highlights in the video section of our site.  Stay tuned for information about our next Melanoma Awareness Seminar and lectures on topics such as the prevention and treatment of diseases of the skin, the latest advancements in skin care products and technology, and how to take care of our skin in order to age gracefully.

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