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The Regional Lecture Series are developed in conjunction with clinicians who care for patients with cSCC as well as high-risk non-melanoma skin cancers.
If you are interested in hosting a regional lecture at your cancer program or practice, please email Hira Chowdhary, Project Manager, ACCC Provider Education.