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Saving Our Skin: A Surgeon’s Story of Tenacity, Adventure and Giving Back, by Perry Robins, MD (bulk order only, box of 18 hardcover books)

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Saving Our Skin: A Surgeon’s Story of Tenacity, Adventure and Giving Back

By Perry Robins, MD

Box of 18 hardcover books (available nowhere else): $360 (bulk discount of $9.95 per copy off retail)

Perry Robins, MD, saved our skin — literally. The world-renowned surgeon took on an enemy of unimaginable power: the sun. At a time when most people worshipped a sun-kissed glow, the medical techniques and messages Dr. Robins promoted had the power to affect every human being on the planet.

To celebrate the 40th birthday of The Skin Cancer Foundation, Dr. Robins is donating proceeds from all sales of his memoir to the Foundation he founded in 1979. This special hardcover edition, with photos, is not available anywhere else!

This bulk order comes with donation envelopes inside. You can place an envelope in each book you give as a gift to encourage a donation to the Foundation.

For individual copies of the book, signed by the author, Perry Robins, MD, visit Saving Our Skin: A Surgeon's Story of Tenacity, Adventure and Giving Back, signed by author Perry Robins, MD

About Dr. Robins’ story:

Born in Newark during the Great Depression, Perry Robins never had it easy, but he always made the best of it. Struggling in school with dyslexia and grueling part-time jobs, being drafted by the Army and sent overseas—none of the obstacles life threw his way could slow him down.

After his medical training from Germany to NYU, Dr. Robins studied a type of skin cancer surgery invented by Frederic Mohs, MD, at the University of Wisconsin. He brought the technique back to NYU and established the first fellowship program in Mohs surgery. Despite resistance, Dr. Robins upended conventional wisdom in the medical community by showing dermatologists that they could be skin cancer surgeons.

He took on skin cancer at a time when few people were aware of it, and when fashion dictated a “deep, dark, sexy” tan. He taught Mohs surgery, now the gold standard of treatment, to physicians in the U.S. and around the world. He created international alliances as well as the first charitable foundation devoted to educating people about skin cancer, using his own hard-earned money. He cured cancers (47,000 of them in his 40-plus years of practice at NYU), changed people’s perceptions about the sun and made friends all over the world as a professor, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Who would like this book:

Dermatologists, physicians, aspiring medical students and anyone with drive, entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to make a difference in the world!

What others say:

“Written with warmth and humor, this memoir documents the amazing story of Perry Robins, MD, from a humble beginning in New Jersey to becoming a world-class surgeon who cured cancers and changed the world for the better. Readers will be inspired by his enormous energy, curiosity, larger-than-life personality and keen vision for the future —and will have a rollicking good time along the way!” — C. William Hanke, MD, Mohs surgeon in Indianapolis who has served as president of 13 professional societies

“This book is for anyone who started from nothing and has big dreams. Do you want to make a difference, mentor others, see the world, save lives? Perry Robins shows you the way, with humor and heart.”
Daniel C. Baker, MD, internationally renowned New York City plastic surgeon