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 While Mohs surgery is considered to be the standard of care for nonmelanoma skin cancer treatment, for some patients, surgery is not an option or a preference. Electronic brachytherapy provides an effective, nonsurgical, convenient treatment option with excellent clinical and cosmetic results for appropriately selected patients.1
 
If you are considering adopting skin eBx into your practice or would like to learn more about skin eBx, this 4-part live webinar series is for you. Please listen to the recordings below as leading clinical experts in the field of dermatology and radiation oncology share their experiences integrating this state-of-the-art technology into their practice to offer improved quality of care to their patients.
 

Skin eBx discussion topics:

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
 

12:30-1 pm PT
 

(3:30-4 pm ET) 

Hayes B. Gladstone, MD 
Mohs & Reconstructive Surgeon
Gladstone Clinic
San Ramon, CA

 

Philip Werschler, MD
Dermatologist
Spokane Dermatology
Spokane, WA 

Robert Scheinberg, MD
Dermatologist
Dermatologist Medical Group
Oceanside, CA


David Greene, MD
Radiation Oncologist
San Diego, CA

Berit Madsen, MD
Co-Founder
Peninsula Cancer Center
Radiation Oncologist
Center Director
Poulsbo, WA

    Event Info                                                           Speakers

Tuesday, July 18, 2017
 

12:30-1 pm PT
 

(3:30-4 pm ET) 


Rakesh Patel, MD

Radiation Oncologist 
Precision Cancer Specialists
Castro Valley, CA


Rakesh Patel, MD

Radiation Oncologist 
Precision Cancer Specialists
Castro Valley, CA

Tuesday, August 15, 2017
 

12:30-1 pm PT
 

(3:30-4 pm ET) 

Tuesday, August 22, 2017
 

12:30-1 pm PT
 

(3:30-4 pm ET) 

Listen to the recorded sessions below.
  • Clinical Techniques
  • Patient Selection
  • Scientific Evidence
  • Clinical Collaboration
  • Case Reviews
  • Coding and Documentation Practices
1. A Bhatnagar, et al. High-dose Rate Electronic Brachytherapy: A Nonsurgical Treatment Alternative for Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer. The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology; Nov. 2016; Vol. 9; No.11: 16-22

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