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Podcast Audio Interview: Could your child’s birthmark be an indicator of something more serious?

Beth Drolet, M.D., Professor of Dermatology and Pediatrics, Medical director, Pediatric Dermatology and Dermatology, Birthmarks and Vascular Anomalies Center, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, discusses a type of birthmark called a hemangioma, which can be an indicator of underlying health problems in some babies.

Listen: Drolet discusses hemangioma birthmarks and what they could indicate in children

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