I have psorasis and have light treatments 2-3 times a week. I recently learned that my brother had 2 pre-melonoma growth removed and that my mother, and father both have had melonomas removed. Light treatments have skin cancer concerns, I am now concerned about my chances of getting a melonoma or skin cancer. However my demotogolist while very experienced in the treatment of psorasis has many patients to see and tends to be rushed during appointments, therefore with me not being assertive, sometimes things I want to tell him don't get said, so I guess that is a quality that I should be looking for in a doctor, one that has/makes time for their patients. Are there any other things that survivors should look for in doctors?
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