Dr. Stephanie Frankel ’98: Sun Protection & Skin Cancer
18 JUNE 2019 | 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Summer is nearly here. As the daylight hours increase and we spend more time outdoors, we welcome the sun, but it comes with added risks. Throughout the year, Coloradans enjoy more sun-filled days than other states, but our elevation also exposes us to the highest ultraviolet index in the country. While our active lifestyle contributes to our overall health, the prolonged time outside and a peak hours makes us more susceptible to skin cancer, as our national highest per capita rate testifies.
Dr. Stephanie Frankel ’98 invites you to Core Dermatology, 425 South Cherry Street, Denver, suite 907, for a conversation about our largest organ — the skin! Dr Frankel will discuss strategies for protecting yourself and review early warning signs of potentially problematic lesions. Is sun screen enough? Am I safe if no one in my family had skin cancer? Come to her offices on Tuesday, June 18th, starting at 5:30 pm to learn skin facts vs myths and the latest developments in treatment. No diagnoses, but Dr. Frankel will answer questions in a casual setting with cheese & wine. The event is free, but you must RSVP to Stephanie Grilli: email@example.com