JDD May Issue Highlights and Editor Picks

Below are the issue highlights and editor picks for the May issue of JDD!
Native American populations live in areas with great UV-index burden and efforts are needed to encourage education and dermatologic services in Skin Cancer Epidemiology and Sun Protection Behaviors Among Native Americans.
 
Authors aim to examine the genetic profile for those at higher risk for developing skin cancer Non-Invasive Buccal Swab Gene Testing for Skin Cancer Risk .
 
 
 
Authors study a topical therapy aimed at reducing pigmentation in melasma in Effect of a Tranexamic Acid, Kojic Acid, and Niacinamide Containing Serum on Facial Dyschromia: A Clinical Evaluation.
 
 
An alternative superficial repair method to optimize scar appearance is presented in Use of a Buried Intradermal (Subcutaneous) Running Suture for Superficial Repair to Optimize Cosmetic Outcome.
 
 
A variability in website reliability is found in Evaluation of Onychomycosis Information on the Internet.
 
Authors present a case report of Treatment of Arsenic-Induced Bowen’s Disease With Topical 5-Fluorouracil that resulted in near complete resolution of lesions.
 
Authors report a case of Sorafenib Toxicity Mimicking Drug Reaction With Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms (DRESS) Syndrome and suggest a common pathogenic mechanism.
 
Imiquimod has been shown to be effective against pc-ALCL in a case and review of the literature in Complete Resolution of Primary Cutaneous Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma With Topical Imiquimod.
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