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Read a Q&A with Practice Manager Laurie Seavey in adavance of the Feb. 5 Martinis for Melanoma event.

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We are so pleased to announce Federal Savings Bank as a corporate sponsor of Team Running for Cover – who will be running the 118th Boston Marathon with the goal to raise $20,000 for the Melanoma Foundation of New England. Our own Physician's Assistant Michelle Roy is a valued piece of the Running for Cover team.

Federal Savings Bank is conscious about improving the cultural wellbeing of our local community, and we’re very excited that they’ve committed to our cause of raising melanoma awareness by graciously donating $1,000.

“As a community bank, we have remained committed to positively impacting the quality of life in the Seacoast region for over 124 years," said James J. O’Neill, Jr., President & CEO. "We pledge our allegiance to local businesses and non-profit organizations that make our communities a better place to live and work. That’s why we are proud to partner with Dermatology & Skin Health to support Team Running for Cover and the Melanoma Foundation of New England. Cancer has negatively affected so many lives and we are doing our part to help raise awareness and hopefully someday, find a cure for this disease. We believe in helping community members support one another and commend Dr. Campbell and everyone at Dermatology & Skin Health for their ongoing commitment to achieving a healthier community. By working together, we truly can make a difference,” he added. 

If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor please contact us today: 603.742.5556

We also have our upcoming event Martinis for Melanoma coming right up on February 5th! We'd love to see you! More information can be found here:

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Did you realize when you make a donation to my page where the money goes and what it is used for? The Melanoma Foundation of New England uses donated money for developing educational programs. One such program, of many, is Skinny on Skin – a program designed to educate salon and medi-spa professionals regarding spotting melanomas. Check out this great program:

The money donated also goes directly to Melanoma patients in the New England area to help with a variety of things including: cost of treatment, co pays not covered by traditional insurance, as well as sometimes helping with the little things like cost of parking at hospitals, and assisting with transportation. These things, though small, can actually be huge when someone is going thru treatment.

After making a donation, please check out the organization…

Oh, and don't forget to come to our event: Martinis for Melanoma on February 5th! We'd love to see you! More information can be found here:

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It’s hard to believe, but the 118th Boston Marathon is quickly approaching – set for April 21st, 2014. Dermatology & Skin Health are excited to announce that their very own Physician Assistant, Michelle Roy will be running in this year’s event as a member of team Running for Cover, a group of runners representing the Melanoma Foundation of New England (

While the group will be running to raise monies for the foundation, they’ll also be heightening awareness regarding the deadliest form of skin cancer – Melanoma.

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If you have not heard.. our Physician Assistant, Michelle, is running the Boston Marathon this April for the Melanoma Foundation of New England with Team Running for Cover. On the first Monday of each Month, we will feature some informative tidbits regarding the most deadly form of skin cancer to increase everyone's awareness about this killer..

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Congratulations to Dr. Campbell for completing the Cape Cod MS Challenge Walk 2013 this past weekend. This is a 3 day, 50 mile walk.

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Special Report~ Time to take skin cancer seriously.  N.H. has seventh highest rate in nation

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It’s simple; you need to wear a hat when you’re in the sun. Combine your hat with a really good sunscreen and a pair of UV-blocking sunglasses and you’re ready to bring on the sun!