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Stay current on medical, surgical, and aesthetic dermatology developments with Dermatology Weekly, a podcast featuring news relevant to the practice of dermatology, and peer-to-peer interviews with Doctor Vincent A. DeLeo, who interviews physician authors from Cutis on topics such as psoriasis, skin cancer, atopic dermatitis, hair and nail disorders, cosmetic procedures, environmental dermatology, contact dermatitis, pigmentation disorders, acne, rosacea, alopecia, practice management, and more. Plus, resident discussions geared toward physicians in-training. Subscribe now.

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Dec 24, 2020

This year's top peer-to-peer interviews focus on diversity in residency training, the response to COVID-19 in academic dermatology, and tips for preparing for virtual residency interviews. 

1. Diversity in residency training 

2. Academic dermatology's response to COVID-19 
3. Preparing for virtual residency...

Dec 17, 2020

Dermatology News:

  1. Beware a pair of dermatologic emergencies in children:
  2. Preadolescent acne: Management from birth requires increasing vigilance:


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Managing vitiligo can be difficult for both patients and physicians. In this episode, guest host Seemal R. Desai,...

Dec 10, 2020

Dermatology News:

  1. International expert group agrees on redefining psoriasis severity
  2. ‘Impressive’ results with neoadjuvant T-VEC in advanced melanoma:
  3. CDC shortens COVID-19 quarantine time to 10 or 7 days, with conditions:

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Dec 3, 2020

Dermatology News:

  1. Expanded indications likely for apremilast:
  2. Neoadjuvant immunotherapy combo produces high response rate in melanoma:
  3. Blood glucose on admission predicts COVID-19 severity in all:

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Advances in noninvasive skin imaging present...

Nov 26, 2020

Dermatology News:

  1. Merino wool clothing improves atopic dermatitis, studies find:
  2. Tildrakizumab for psoriasis shows durable efficacy over 5 years:
  3. AMA takes on vaccine misinformation, physician vaccines, racism:

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Nail unit squamous cell...