Dermatologically Tested podcast

Dr Thivi Maruthappu on being a skin detective

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In this episode Consultant Dermatologist Dr Thivi Maruthappu shares her interest in using the skin to spot the warning signs of underlying medical conditions, particularly genetic ones. Clues on the skin can help medical professionals identify conditions which otherwise might go undetected, with grave consequences.

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