Today we were at the Rite Aid in Toledo, Ohio. The store’s staff and patrons were very excited and told us they’d been were looking forward to it all week—though one visitor confessed she hadn’t told her husband just why she was so enthusiastic about stopping by the drug store: "I didn't tell my husband that this was the real reason we needed to come to Rite Aid!”
Ana Thompson, MD, provided three solid hours of screenings and worked very hard to screen 25 people. She was able to spot seven suspected skin precancers and six suspected nonmelanoma skin cancers.
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