Skin cancer screenings performed by primary care physicians (PCPs) during routine office visits improve the detection of potentially deadly melanomas and find them in earlier stages, according to new research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Examine Your Skin - It Could Save Your Life
A new immunotherapy vaccine has shown promise in treating two advanced melanoma skin cancer patients.
A new cancer drug can reportedly improve the survival chances for patients afflicted with a previously fatal form of aggressive skin cancer.
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ST. PETERSBURG — Living in a place called the Sunshine City has its benefits.This isn't one of them.
Summer has arrived in western Montana! And with it, so have the opportunities to get outside for more physical activity, enjoy the healthy foods grown right in our own backyard,
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is again partnering with the Southwest Cancer Center to bring the public a free skin cancer screening on Saturday, May 14.
The Tammy Walker Cancer Center at Salina Regional Health Center is hosting a free Skin Cancer Screening Clinic from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. May 21 at the Cancer Center, 511
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Keep your skin healthy when it comes to fun in the sun
As warmer weather approaches, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) urges all residents to protect their skin from ultraviolet (UV) rays by addressing and correcting common misconceptions about tanning.
A new study shows UV rays that come through the windows of a car may be to blame for skin cancer, especially the growing number of cases found on the left side of the face.
Before people lace up their tennis shoes and head outside to exercise under the sun, they’ll want to make sure their skin is protected from potentially dangerous ultraviolet light.
May is National Skin Awareness Month and the dermatologists are encouraging people to do regular self-examinations and skin cancer screenings. Ultraviolet light from the sun can have dangerous effects on the skin when it’s not protected.
These women are using their selfies to show the dangers of tanning beds.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
May is national skin cancer awareness month. Celebrate by covering up and making an appointment to see your dermatologist. Sunshine and gardening go hand in hand. So be sure to incorporate a bit of skin cancer prevention into your gardening practices.
Estheticians, hair stylists, nail technicians and massage therapists can play an important role in recognizing the three types of skin cancer. Provided here are the tools to identify a suspicious spot and how to direct the client to have it assessed without frightening them.
Health experts have been touting the benefits of wearing sunscreen for years and now, a new study has quantified how much a person can reduce their risk of developing skin cancer by wearing sunscreen.
Non-melanoma skin cancers develop in the outermost layer of skin, known as epidermis. It is caused by increased exposure of genetic mutations, UV rays and