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James Goydos, MD is widely recognized as a leading expert in melanoma research and surgical oncology. In his over 20 years of experience as a surgeon, he has conducted and published research that has directly translated into patient care, clinical trials, and cutting-edge treatment modalities. Goydos is a Board Certified Surgeon specializing in Surgical Oncology and an experienced Professor Of Surgery with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & healthcare industry. He is a strong education professional with a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) focused in Medicine M.D. from Rutgers, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey. His research has shown recorded growth arrest in melanoma cells, transforming the area of cancer genomics.
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Dr. James Goydos, surgical oncologist and expert on melanoma and soft tissue tumors, shares tips on how to protect your skin during the winter months and throughout the seasons.
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When will An encounter with Dr. Anthony Fauci and Rep. Jim Jordan (OH) opens up the debate of disease containment and freedom.
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