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Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery

Archive for the Women’s Dermatology Category

Hello From USF Health Cosmetic and Laser Center
May 23, 2014

Hello From USF Health Cosmetic and Laser Center Click the video link below and learn about what the USF HEalth Cosmetic and Laser Center had to offer. Click Video Link USF Health Cosmetic and Laser Center Services

Physician Spotlight on Neil Alan Fenske, MD
July 25, 2011

PHYSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: Neil A. Fenske, MD Chairman, Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery, USFCOM, Tampa Some might think that growing up “dirt poor” on a farm in Blue Earth, Minn. would be a liability. But Neil Fenske treasures it as a character-building experience that allows him to appreciate how far he has come in life. “I’m a guy who came […]

Tanning Bed Addiction
June 1, 2010

Hey!!  Would you like a healthy Tan?   Do you want a healthy glow?  Guess what!!  There is no such thing as a healthy tan.  Tanning represents the skin’s response to an injury.  The body tans in an attempt to prevent further damage.  That “healthy glow” may lead to premature skin aging, wrinkles and worse yet skin cancer.  People who frequent […]

The Vigilant Hypochondriac: The reason for gray hair may offer insight into cancer prevention
January 29, 2010

By Tom Valeo, Special to the Times In Print: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 Years ago teenagers would comb hydrogen peroxide into their hair to give themselves a sun-bleached look. Little did they know they were applying the very same substance that, years later, would give most of them at least some gray hair. The only difference would be that the […]

Named Top Doctor for Women
November 10, 2009

Neil Fenske, MD, professor and chair of Dermatology at USF Health, was among four dermatologists in the Southeast and 17 nationwide named among America’s Top Doctors for Women in Women’s Health magazine. Women’s Health magazine teamed up with research firm Castle Connolly to create a definitive list of America’s best doctors for women in 10 specialties. The list appears in the November […]