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Dr. Tauseef Ahmed, M.D.
Skin Cancer Treatment NYC
Westchester Oncology & Hematology
19 Bradhurst Avenue
Call Us Toll Free At: 888-370-4284
This office serves patients in the following areas:
Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Central Park, Harlem, Central Harlem, East Harlem, West Harlem, Morningside Heights, Washington Heights, Inwood, Manhattan, Uptown, Midtown, Midtown East, Central Midtown, Midtown West/Hell's Kitchen/Clinton, Chelsea, Garment District, Flatiron District, Gramercy Park, Kips Bay, Murray Hill, Battery Park City, Financial District, Wall Street, TriBeCa, Chinatown, Lower East Side, Little Italy, SoHo, Greenwich Village, East Village, Central Village, West Village,Downtown, New York City, NY 10016
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Skin Cancer Treatment in Manhattan, NYC with Dr. Tauseef Ahmed
Skin cancer is one of the more common cancers afflicting Americans today; one out of three new cancer patients are diagnosed with it. Skin cancers develop over time and, to a large extent, may be the direct result of too much UV exposure. While melanoma is a rare form of skin cancer, 160,000 new cases are reported every year. A dysplastic nevus is an abnormal type of mole that has the potential to develop into melanoma. Therefore, all moles should be checked regularly by a qualified doctor such as Dr. Ahmed.
During the past 25 years Westchester Oncology & Hematology Group has added services such as stem cell transplantation, blood transfusion and apheresis, and national clinical trials. They also have reached out with services to the Hudson Valley and the Tri-State area. Today, seven member groups see hundreds of new patients each year. Patients come from the New York metropolitan and Tri-State area; some even come from as far as Europe and Asia.
All skin cancer treatment options are not one and the same. Dr. Ahmed is the oncologist to turn to when you’'re seeking an authority in the field. Call his office that serves Manhattan and much of the today to set up the one appointment that could make the difference.
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