Skin Cancer Treatment in the Cutaneous Surgery & Oncology Unit

U-M Cutaneous Oncology

The University of Michigan Cutaneous Surgery and Oncology Program is a premier referral center for patients with skin cancer with a strong regional, national and international reputation for skin cancers of all types. As part of the U-M Multidiscplinary Rogel Cancer Center - among the largest in the country - the unit handles 10,000 patient visits each year for treatment of melanoma, high-risk basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and the entire spectrum of various rarer tumors.

Our talented and caring physicians work in multidisciplinary clinics with a focus on the patient and their disease. In addition, patients have access to the very latest research.

For more skin cancer facts and information, visit the American Academy of Dermatology website.


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