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Thanks to her reputation as an expert in skin cancer and cosmetic dermatology, Dr. Ellen Marmur is frequently quoted in the press, makes regular appearances on programs such as The Doctor Oz Show and The Today Show, presents at medical and research conferences, and conducts seminars on important dermatology topics.
Skin Cancer, Take a Hike!
Did you know that 8,500 people in the United States are diagnosed with skin cancer every day, with one American dying every single hour from this preventable disease? Skin Cancer hits more people than all cancers combined.
Melanoma is one of the deadliest, but 98% of melanoma cases are curable when found EARLY.
In the last four years, Dr. Marmur and colleagues have raised over $750,000 for the American Academy of Dermatology. This year, Team Ellen Marmur’s goal is to raise $100,000 and we need your help!
Your 100% tax deductible donation will help the AAD:
- provide free skin cancer screenings for more people across the country, 1000’s of skin checks!
- offer free resources to help teach kids and others how to protect their skin with SPF and clothing!
- build permanent shade for outdoor community spaces like parks and zoos to protect children!
Next Hike: DENALI, ALASKA
Trek July 15-20, 2018
We’re dispelling the myth that people with darker skin color are not at risk for skin cancer. Did you know that Alaska Native American Indians are one of the top minority groups likely to be diagnosed with Melanoma? Raising skin cancer awareness and providing access to preventive programs and services helps save lives!
NEW at MM2
Hydrafacial is the only hydra dermabrasion procedure that combines deep-cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously. This soothing treatment is non-invasive and non-irritating, delivering instant glowing results.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment helps patients who are experiencing hair loss. It uses a patented technology and process where your blood is drawn (similar to that of a basic lab test) and the blood is spun rapidly in a centrifuge. During this process, platelets separate from other components of the blood. Once platelet-rich plasma is harvested, it is injected into the patient’s scalp for hair regrowth. Since the blood comes exclusively from the patient, there is virtually no risk of an allergic reaction or rejection of therapy. 3-4 treatments are typical for most patients.
Male Patient, age 28 – 1 PRP treatment, 6 weeks apart
Marmur Medical Promotions
10% off Thermage for ONE WEEK ONLY
Schedule an appointment for April 2-6 with our expert technicians. Appointments are based on availability so CALL NOW!
The Best Botox in New York City
Dr. Ellen Marmur has been named one of the Best Manhattan Dermatologists by beauty editors.
16th Annual Wings of Hope for Melanoma Gala
Dr. Marmur as she is honored by the Melanoma Research Foundation with a Humanitarian Award at their Wings of Hope for Melanoma Gala.
Dr. Marmur Honored By The City of Hope
Annually, the East End Chapter/Jeanne Kaye League of New York City presents City of Hope’s Spirit of Life Award to individuals who exemplify the ideals and values that have guided City of Hope for 100 years, and whose professional and humanitarian accomplishments are worthy of celebration.
∼PLEASE JOIN US IN CONGRATULATING DR. MARMUR∼
In The News
Men's Journal, April 17, 2018
Women's Health, March 21, 2018
Well + Good, February 2, 2018
The New York Times, January 23, 2018
Cosmetic Dermatology’s New Demo: The Middle-Aged, Straight Man
WWD, January 5, 2018
PR Newswire, October 26, 2017
Best of Beauty Directory
Allure, October 1, 2017
Elle, October 1, 2017
Bravo, September 25, 2017
Your Survival Guide for Stressed Skin
Real Simple, September 1, 2017
Skincare Report Profile Pick
Marie Claire, September 1, 2017
2017 Redbook Most Valuable Products
Redbook Magazine, July 1, 2017
JAADCaseReports.org, July 1, 2017
I’m a Derm – and I Got Skin Cancer
Cosmopolitan, June 1, 2017
The Skinny with Val
O, The Oprah Magazine, June 1, 2017
Best Doctors 2017
New York Magazine, May 29, 2017
2017 Best Beauty Buy
InStyle Magazine, May 1, 2017
WWD, April 14, 2017
Castle Connolly Top Cancer Specialists
New York Times, March 25, 2017
Bustle, March 14, 2017
Why so dry?
Martha Stewart Living, March 1, 2017
Softer Skin For Everyone
Red Book Magazine, February 1, 2017
U.S. News & World Report, January 9, 2017
TheFashionSpot.com, September 22, 2016
Got Dry Winter Skin? Dew the Right Thing
InStyle, November 2015
The Best Doctors in New York 2015
Vogue, November 2015
What’s in Your Deodorant?
The Good Life, July/August 2015
The Case for Copper
Details Magazine, June/July 2015
Four Dermatologists Who Went From Doctor to Patient
Family Circle, June, 2015
The Best Doctors in New York 2015
New York Magazine, June 2015
Best Anti-Aging Serum: See Dr. Marmur’s pick in this June’s Redbook
Redbook, June 1, 2015
Burn Notice: Dr. Marmur Discusses Sun Protection in Allure
Allure Magazine, May 2015
A Dermatologist’s 24-Hour Skincare Routine
The Good Life, May, 2015
Dr. Marmur Talks Moisturizing in Oprah Magazine
The Oprah Magazine, April 15, 2015
Dr. Marmur featured in October 2014 Cosmo
Cosmopolitan Magazine, April 13, 2015
Marmur Medical Profiled in Glow Magazine
Glow Magazine, April 12, 2015
Dr. Marmur on “Why I Climb”
Self Magazine, April 11, 2015
Understanding Beauty Oils
Women's Health Magazine, April 10, 2015
Dr. Marmur’s Mask Tips
Allure Magazine, September 2014
HuffingtonPost.com, January 21, 2014
StyleList, August 6, 2013
New York Magazine, November 19, 2012
Flying Can Fry Your Skin
Cosmopolitan, May 2012
Still Think Tanning Is Sexy?
Glamour Magazine, May 2012
Listen to a Derm Who Had Skin Cancer
Redbook, May 2012
New York Daily News, May 2, 2012
Get Brighter Skin At Every Age
Harper's Bazaar, February 2012
Cold-Weather Beauty Tips
Health, January/February 2012
Dermatology Times, October 1, 2011
Health, May, 2011
Fire & Ice: Skincare Between Winter and Spring
Vogue, March, 2011
The New Rockstar Derms
Glamour, October, 2010
Sun Daze: Let the sun in and keep damage out with these tips
Allure, May 2008
All Systems Glow