“Aglow loves New York”: Union Square dermatology office offers free skin cancer screenings to New York City workers

From February 1-14, 2011, Aglow Dermatology, a premier private medical office directed by board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Dina Strachan, will be offering a limited number of free skin cancer screening appointments to New York City workers–specifically– teachers, police officers, firefighters, MTA workers, sanitation workers and EMTs.  “We want to do something to acknowledge the people who work everyday to keep our city going,” says Dr. Strachan.  “Further,” she adds” we want to bring awareness about skin cancer prevention to people who have jobs that may put them at risk.  City workers often spend more time outdoors—be it watching the kids in the school yard, walking their beat or driving.”  City workers interested in getting examined must make an appointment and bring an ID card from their job.  As part of this 2-week, Valentine’s Day special, Aglow Dermatology will also be offering a 10% discount on cosmetic and aesthetician services to the workers and one other person of their choosing, be it a spouse, significant other, family member, or friend.  To take advantage of this offer, please call to make appointments at (212)627-1004 x 1 and visit www.aglowdermatology.com

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