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Conference Update: When it comes to Ichthyosis, Do Women Have Different Concerns than Men? Yes.

2014 Conference Logo-WEBAt this year’s National Family Conference in Indiana, Bethanee Schlosser, MD, PhD will  lead a new breakout session, “Unique Considerations for Women with Ichthyosis.” During this session, Dr. Schlosser will identify and address the unmet needs of women with ichthyosis as it relates to their overall skin health, sexual functioning, and quality of life.  This is a unique learning opportunity for women, including a rare chance for women to voice personal experiences and concerns, in a safe and comfortable environment, and to ask those “taboo questions” often left unspoken. The session will include:

  • Effect of ichthyosis on specific functions (breast sensation, lactation, sexual function, etc.) as well as quality of life.
  • Women’s skin health as it relates to vulvar mucosal dermatology.
  • Patient-to-patient resources; group discussion; Q & A …and more!

This is a session for female attendees in any stage life. And, for those of you who may not be able to attend the conference, as with many of the conference breakout sessions, we will provide a recap article, featuring highlights from the session, in our online post-conference summary.

About our Worshope Leader:

Bethanee Schlosser is a Dermatologist and Assistant Professor at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation.

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