About

John K. Geisse M.D. and Kyle J. Goleno PA-C are experts in skin cancer and have been working in clinical practice together for more than 15 years.  Over this time period, they have seen skin cancer rates rise dramatically, but have had very little to recommend to patients to avoid getting new skin cancers.

“For years we have followed the American Academy of Dermatology’s recommendations regarding sun protection, but so many of our patients continue to get new skin cancers each year. We have recommended that our patients take 4,000 IU of Vitamin D daily to ensure proper levels of Vitamin D in the body. And now more recently we have been recommending Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) given the new research available on Nicotinamide use to prevent skin cancers. When we saw patients back for follow-up visits we found our patients were having a hard time finding the right type of Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) and the proper recommended dose at their local pharmacy. Many patients who started taking Vitamin D several years ago either had stopped taking it or were not taking enough. So we came up with our unique combined product developed specifically for people at risk for skin cancers.”

John K. Geisse M.D. is a board certified dermatologist, dermatopathologist, and fellowship trained Mohs micrographic surgeon.  He has dedicated his career focused on diagnosing, treating and researching treatments for skin cancers.

  • Stanford University; Stanford, CA; B.A. Human Biology
  • Indiana University; Indianapolis, IN; M.D.
  • Dermatology Residency at University of California San Francisco
  • Mohs Surgery Fellowship at University of California San Francisco
  • Dermatopathology Fellowship at University of California San Francisco

Kyle J. Goleno PA-C is a surgical Physician Assistant.  He has worked with Dr. Geisse for more than 15 years and has dedicated his career to skin cancer treatments and reconstructive surgery for skin cancer patients.

  • University of San Diego; San Diego, CA; B.A. Biology
  • Cornell University Medical College; New York, NY; Surgical Physician Assistant Program

 


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