Book - translated into Russian!
Dr Bowling's award winning diagnostic textbook has recently been translated into Russian. - Diagnostic Dermoscopy: The Illustrated Guide
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Melanoma World Congress 2012
Dr Jonathan Bowling was invited to present his research on measuring the diagnostic accuracy in detecting melanoma, the 'Melanoma Diagnostic Index' at the 6th World Meeting of Interdisciplinary Melanoma Skin Cancer Centres in Barcelona.
- Presenter at the World Melanoma and EADO congress 2012
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Award Winning Skin Cancer Textbook
Dr Jonathan Bowling's first textbook was an award winner at the 2012 British Medical Association Annual Book Awards Ceremony.
Comments from the judges include:
"Ideal for clinic use, both for diagnosis and for explaining to the patient"
"I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone starting to use a dermatoscope"
- British Medical Association Book Awards 2012
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Book launch - a sell out!
Dr Bowling's innovative diagnostic textbook sold out at its launch in Lisbon at the European Dermato-Venereology Congress in 2011. - Diagnostic Dermoscopy: The Illustrated Guide
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The Worlds Top Clinics
Top London Dermatologist Dr Jonathan Bowling offers mole mapping and skin cancer testing at London's slickest surgical clinic.
To book a mole screening appointment directly with Dr Bowling call The Cadogan Clinic, London 0870 864 8500
UK's first skin cancer test with same-day results
Tatler recommends mole checks by dermatologist Dr Jonathan Bowling.
"A must before you head to the sun".
Pre-holiday mole checks with Dr Bowling can be booked directly at the Cadogan Clinic, London 0870 864 8500
4Beauty, Channel 4's beauty and lifestyle website speaks to leading dermatologist Jonathan Bowling on how to check yor moles including advice on mole removal.
Health notes: Don't let moles grow unnoticed.
Dr Jonathan Bowling, skin cancer specialist at The Oxford University Hospital Trust says:
"Do enjoy getting outside in the sun - it provides vitamin D, and the benefits on cardiovascular respiratory and mental health are enormous. Just try not to burn and seek medical advice if you are worried. "
Treat the slopes like the seaside
Dr Jonathan Bowling, consultant dermatologist at London's Cadogan Clinic, is concerned people underestimate the importance of sun protection when on the slopes.
Dr Bowling says anyone skiing this winter should consider sun protection as essential as warm clothing and the correct equipment.
Full mole check by skin cancer specialist
Mole screening expert, Dr Jonathan Bowling practises at The Cadogan Clinic London.
To book an appointment call the Cadogan Clinic on 0870 864 8500
Fake cosmetics can cause acute and severe skin reactions that can be life threatening. Dr Jonathan Bowling, consultant dermatologist at The Cadogan Clinic recommends early dermatologist review for any adverse skin reaction.
Know Your Moles
Top dermatologist Dr Jonathan Bowling, skin cancer specialist and melanoma expert at The Oxford University Hospital Trust and private Cadogan Clinic in London, says:
... now is a great time to get to know your moles, and remember "Odd one out - Check it out!"
Online skin clinic
Our experts have a wealth of knowledge and information they can share with you. You can post your questions for the experts from 19 - 25 September 2012 when you can enter into discussions with the experts as they answer your questions."
Treat your skin.
Skin cancer expert Dr Jonathan Bowling, from the Oxford University Hospitals Trust and the private Cadogan clinic, says "Look for a sunscreen that offers high broad-spectrum protection against both UVA and UVB rays."
Men's skin cancer death rate doubles.
Dermatologist Dr Jonathan Bowling, from the Oxford University Hospitals Trust and the private Cadogan clinic, said it was vital that anyone with any concerns about their moles seek help from a qualified dermatologist.
Expert Opinion - Skin Cancer Screening Clinics
London Dermatologist Dr Jonathan Bowling, says: 'There is no diagnostic test for melanoma, so screening relies on the clinician's expertise. Always seek an expert opinion from a fully qualified skin cancer expert.'
The cost of sunscreens.
Effective sunscreens should be affordable
Dr Jonathan Bowling, Consultant Dermatologist, says: 'Any initiative to improve the affordability of effective broad sunscreens to the public should be encouraged.'
The CREAM of the sunscreens.
Do You Suffer from Skin Problems and Dread Slapping on the Sun Lotion?
Melanoma expert Dr Jonathan Bowling recommends the best sunscreen products for common skin concerns.
Don't delay seeking an expert opinion
Dr Jonathan Bowling, skin cancer specialist at The Oxford University Hospital Trust and private Cadogan Clinic in London, says:
'We are facing an epidemic of skin cancer. Rates of melanoma are rising faster than any other cancer - and more men are dying than women. Yet men, wrongly, have the attitude that if a mole isn't bleeding and doesn't hurt, it's not harmful. "
Online clinic on skin cancer and sun safety
The online clinic on skin cancer and sun safety, which was hosted by talkhealth with the support of patient support and awareness charities Factor 50 and Skcin, is now closed but you can still read all of the answers by following the links below..
Experts warn over high street mole clinics.
Dermatologist Dr Jonathan Bowling, from the Oxford University Hospitals Trust and the private Cadogan clinic, said "The public may potentially be misled into thinking that they are having an expert opinion when actually they are seeing someone without medical qualifications". Dr Bowling recommends always seeking an expert opinion from a qualified dermatologist.
Seek medical advice for any changing mole.
Dr Jonathan Bowling, skin cancer specialist at The Cadogan Clinic in London, says:
"As this story shows, the bottom line is that regardless of your sun exposure (or lack of it), if you have anything new on your skin or an existing mole that's changing, get it checked out."
Skiers warned of skin cancer risk.
Experts are warning that the risks of getting burnt on the slopes are as high as on our summer holidays, if not higher. Dr Jonathan Bowling, consultant dermatologist at the Radcliffe Trust, Oxford, and London's Cadogan Clinic, said many skiers were unaware of the dangers they faced when going out without a high factor sun screen.
Skiers should treat the piste 'like a beach' for skin protection.
Dr Jonathan Bowling consultant dermatologist in London said that skiers should consider sunscreen as essential on the slopes as warm clothing and use a cream with a minimum factor of 30, which should be reapplied every two hours.
He also advised that skiers wear sunglasses or goggles with UV filters to protect their eyes.
Skiers warned about skin cancer. Most people unaware of dangers says expert
Top skin cancer expert, Dr Jonathan Bowling, consultant dermatologist at London's Cadogan Clinic says that most people don't understand the importance of sun protection when skiing. Protecting yourself properly from the sun is as essential as the right equipment and warm clothing.
Take a good hard look at your skin, says cancer specialist
TOP doctor Jonathan Bowling is urging you to take a good, hard look at your skin. Dr Bowling says:
"I would encourage people to get to know their skin. Get to know your marks and blemishes and identify anything that is changing. If anything does change or look different, get it checked out. You should check your skin now and check it again at the end of the summer."
Dermatologist Dr Jonathan Bowling answers the most common sun care questions:
What kind of changes in a mole should I look out for? Which areas are most at risk?
Please note - any changes in a mole should be checked out without delay.