Sugar Land, TX — The internet is full of bad medical advice and “natural remedies” that falsely promise cures. Unfortunately, some of these so-called remedies can do more harm than good. This is especially true for life-threatening conditions, such as skin cancer, that require medical advice and immediate treatment.
Recently, Dr. Lauren Snitzer, a board-certified dermatologist at U.S. Dermatology Partners Sugar Land in Sugar Land, Texas, shared with Reader’s Digest the worst advice she’s seen online for treating and removing cancerous moles.
About U.S. Dermatology Partners
Headquartered in Dallas, TX, U.S. Dermatology Partners provides comprehensive practice management services to over 175 board-certified dermatologists and 61 midlevel providers across more than 90 locations in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Virginia. U.S. Dermatology Partners provides comprehensive management services allowing providers to focus exclusively on delivering high-quality care to patients.
As one of the largest physician-owned dermatology practices in the country, patients of U.S. Dermatology Partners not only have access to general medical, surgical, and cosmetic skin treatment through its coordinated care network, but also benefit from the organization’s strong dermatology thought leaders and medical advisory board. The physicians of U.S. Dermatology Partners are fervently focused on providing the highest level of patient-first care, and its team, therefore, includes recognized national leaders in areas such as clinical research, psoriasis, and Mohs Surgery. To learn more, visit usdermatologypartners.com
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