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Dr. Richard G.B. Langley

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Phone: (613) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Nova Scotia, Canada
Canadian Dermatology Association
1385 Bank Street Suite 425
Ottawa, Ontario K1H 8N4

Company Description: The Canadian Dermatology Association is developing a series of patient information web pages and handouts. In this section, you will find extensive information...   more

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  • MD
  • undergraduate degree
    Dalhousie University
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"This is great news and an ..., 10 Oct 2013 [cached]
"This is great news and an important step to protecting the health and well-being of our kids" says Dr Richard Langley, CDA President. "We applaud Health Minister Deb Matthews and the Ontario government for recognizing the importance of this legislation and making it a priority."
The Canadian Dermatology Association is actively pushing all governments to adopt similar bans. A component of the campaign has been an award winning public service video [ Indoor Tanning Isn't Pretty] that has been viewed on YouTube over 48,000 times.
There is no such thing as a "healthy tan" warns Langley.
President Richard ..., 27 Sept 2013 [cached]
President Richard Langley
National Sun Awareness Week 2003, 5 June 2003 [cached]
Nova Scotia Regional Director: Dr. Richard Langley
Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation - Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation Award of Excellence for Clinical Medical Research, 28 July 2013 [cached]
2003 - Dr. Richard Langley, Department of Medicine, Division of Dermatology
Director of Research in the Division of Dermatology, Dr. Richard Langley focuses primarily on the early diagnosis of skin cancer, particularly malignant melanoma and pigmented skin lesions. He has introduced and developed a novel technology, which he pioneered at Harvard University during a postdoctoral training as a Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation Research Fellow. It's called 'in vivo noninvasive confocal microscopy,' and Dr. Langley is testing its effectiveness in identifying malignancies in living skin. His Dalhousie lab houses the only such equipment in Canada.
Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation - Dr. Richard Langley, 19 Jan 2012 [cached]
Dr. Richard Langley Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation - Dr. Richard Langley
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Dr. Richard Langley
Powered by sheer determination and Canada's only laser microscope, Dermatologist Dr. Richard Langley is working to diagnose deadly melanomas in their earliest stages.
Dr. Richard Langley "The funding I received through the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation's Lalia B. Chase Fellowship was both crucial and timely. It provided a bridge from my local clinical training to the opportunity to gain critical research skills at Harvard Medical School, a leading skin cancer research institution. Because of the Foundation's support, I was able to bring a wealth of knowledge back to Nova Scotia." - Dr. Richard Langley, Associate Professor, Division of Dermatology
Dermatologist Dr. Richard Langley is determined to bring down melanoma's deadly toll. Director of Research in Dalhousie's Division of Dermatology, Dr. Langley helped develop a revolutionary way to detect melanoma at its earliest stages, without surgically removing the lesion for laboratory analysis.
Dr. Langley is using the only in vivo‚ confocal laser scanning microscope in Canada to see if he can accurately diagnose melanoma in living skin. "This microscope is so powerful, it allows me to see individual cells and blood movement in the lesion, without removing it and causing damage or pain," he explains. Dr. Langley is now testing his technique in a clinical trial, examining patient's lesions under the microscope before they're removed, then sending the lesions to the lab for biopsy.
If his microscope results line up with the biopsy results, Dr. Langley will have found a fast and reliable tool for diagnosing early melanoma.
"Our results are very promising so far," Dr. Langley says.
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