Jennifer Baron, MD Dermatology and Mohs Surgery
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Dr. Baron Educates Other Doctors at Local Hospital on Risks of UV Exposure

As both a medical and cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Baron sees a large number of cases stemming from overexposure to the sun. Last fall, she was invited to present her educational lecture to Stanford University Family Practice residents and other doctors and nurses at O'Connor Hospital.  Her presentation, entitled "UV-A's, B's, and C's," provided a specialist's perspective on effective protection from UV sun exposure and the consequences of too much sun.

For more information on skin cancer prevention, you are welcome to visit the website of the Advanced Institute for Skin Cancer & Mohs Surgery (AISCMS), and education resource for the general public and an interactive blog.

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Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Written by JenniferBaronMD.com Staff
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 19:02
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Dr. Baron is an accomplished Mohs surgeon. She trained under the American College of Mohs Surgery fellowship program, and now conducts several Mohs surgeries each week. Mohs surgery is a method for removing tumors with minimal loss of healthy skin while having the least chance of tumor recurrence. She makes sure the patient is satifised both cosmetically and medically with the result and her desire to put the patient first ensures each patient sees the right specialist for the best possible outcome.  

Mohs micrographic surgery is a stepwise process for removing a tumor. The American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS) has a detailed description of the process on their website.  The ACMS has also created an educational video about Mohs--take a look!

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