DermaBlue Free Skin Cancer Screening

Press release from DermaBlue:

Asheville, NC (November 19th, 2015) – David LaMond, D.O., Medical Director of DermaBlue, and Joyce Warwick PA, announced today DermaBlue will host its 2nd  Free Community Skin Cancer Screening on Thursday, December 10th from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at its Asheville location, located at 1998 Hendersonville Rd., Unit 53 in Asheville.

“Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, accounting for 75% of all cancer diagnoses,” says Joyce Warwick PA. “Checking your skin for suspicious changes can help detect skin cancer at its earliest stages.” We hope to see you at the event to help with any skin care concerns (only exposed areas will be observed at the event).

DermaBlue provides a full array of general dermatology services for all ages, including treatment for acne, warts, cysts, skin tags, infectious skin conditions, skin cancer screenings, and hair loss. DermaBlue also offers advanced medical-grade cosmetic skin care treatments, state of the art body contouring, and non-invasive laser medical enhancements to help revitalize and rejuvenate skin. The DermaBlue staff integrates conventional therapies with a complementary approach to health and wellness to manage the needs of each patient. Make sure to stop by and also check out our Holiday Cosmetic Specials which include discounts on Botox, Juvederm, Laser Hair Removal and Latisse.

DermaBlue is a privately owned, primary care dermatological practice that provides a highly personalized approach to medical and cosmetic skin care. DermaBlue provides a comprehensive range of medical and cosmetic dermatological services to help patients look and feel their best. For more information about DermaBlue or to schedule an appointment, visit To speak with a DermaBlue patient services representative, call 828-585-5489.


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