All of those wonderful life saving toys the radiation oncologists get to play with come at a cost to an important bystander – the skin. Radiation dermatitis can be exquisitely disabling, and interfere with a patient’s treatment course. Enter Dr. Beth McLellan, Chief of Dermatology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine who is soothing XRT burns and taking names. Tune in to part two of this three part supportive oncodermatology series as host Dr. Adam Friedman discusses how to best coordinate care with our oncology friends and manage and hopefully prevent this expected adverse event with this one rad derm. Phasers set to educate.
This podcast series is supported by La Roche-Posay.
Related JDD Supplement:
US Cutaneous Oncodermatology Management (USCOM): A Practical Algorithm
September 2021 | Volume 20 | Issue 9 | Supplement Individual Articles | 3ss | Copyright © September 2021
Mario E. Lacouture MD, Jennifer Choi MD, Alice Ho MD, Jonathan Leventhal MD, Beth N. McLellan MD, Anneke Andriessen PhD, Maxwell B. Sauder MD, Edith Mitchell MD