Right now, only some patients can get preventive full-body exams, Dr. Adam Friedman, professor of dermatology at George Washington University's School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., told TODAY. They're generally reserved for especially high-risk people who already see their dermatologist every few months.See full article here
Annual skin check-ups during coronavirus: How can you get one? (today.com)
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