Male Standard Interview | Melanoma in Men: How to Protect Your Skin

Craig Kraffert, MD

As long as the sun – and its harmful UV rays – remains in the sky, the risk of melanoma or skin cancer exists. However, this may mean we should banish ourselves to living indoors for the rest of our lives. Some people believe that the sun exposure has benefits in that it promotes Vitamin D and  'feel good' endorphin production - but can UV light exposure help maintain a healthy, balanced life? Read More

Skin Cancer

Craig Kraffert, MD

Skin cancer is the most prevalent of all cancers diagnosed in the United States. More than 2 million Americans develop basal or squamous cell carcinoma (the two common forms of skin cancer) each year. Melanoma, a more serious form of skin cancer, is diagnosed in more than 75,000 Americans annually. Read More