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Sunbed users get melanoma at a younger age

A large Norwegian study published by the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Oslo found that sunbed users are at not ...

Researchers develop automated melanoma detector for skin cancer screening

  Malignant or benign?: An image of a skin lesion is processed by a new technology to extract quantitative data, such as irregularities ...

Blood protein may help doctors determine which patients are likely to benefit from immune checkpoint inhibitors

Testing blood for a key protein can help identify cancer patients who are likely to benefit from immune checkpoint inhibitors, one of the most promising forms of immunotherapy for cancer, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute researchers report in a new study. ... Full story

Partners play critical role in melanoma exams

Trained partners take the embarrassment out of stripping down for irregular mole checks ... Full story

Topical cream is potential alternative to surgery for common type of skin cancer, study finds

A topical skin cream could be used as a viable alternative to surgery for patients with a common type of skin cancer, a study led by researchers at The University of Nottingham found. ... Full story

Alcohol Intake Associated with Increased Risk of Melanoma

White wine was the most clearly associated ... Full story

UC Researcher Lights Up Over New Equipment to Study Melanoma

CINCINNATI—University of Cincinnati (UC) melanoma researcher Zalfa Abdel-Malek, PhD, is over the moon about something just the opposite: a new solar UV simulator recently installed in her laboratory in the Department of Dermatology at the UC College of Medicine. ... Full story

New topical immunotherapy effective against early skin cancer

Combination of two drugs reduces precancerous skin lesions ... Full story

Expression of Specific Gene Differentiates Moles from Melanoma

Penn Study Paves Way for Simple Test for Borderline Cases ... Full story

A protein that defines the melanoma blueprint

The CNIO Melanoma Group has identified a new factor essential for the development of these aggressive tumours This protein helps to define aspects that distinguish melanoma from other types of cancer ... Full story

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