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Gene-Based Blood Test For Melanoma Spread Evaluates Treatment Progress

A test that monitors blood levels of DNA fragments released by dying tumor cells may serve as an accurate early indicator of treatment success...

A Potential Alternative To Skin Cancer Treatment Surgery

Researchers are developing a skin cancer treatment that involves injecting nanoparticles into the tumor, killing cancer cells with a two-pronged approach, as a potential...

Vitamin B3 Can Protect Skin Cells From The Risk Of Skin Cancers

A form of vitamin B3 can protect skin cells from the effects of ultraviolet (UV) exposure which is the main risk factor for non-melanoma...

Permanent Hair Dye Can Increase Risk of Cancer in Women: Study

Women who use permanent hair dye products, kindly take note. Researchers have found that permanent hair dye can slightly increase the risk of some...

Individuals Who Have Lost Their Partners Are Likely to Suffer from Melanoma

Individuals who experience the loss of a partner are less likely to be diagnosed with melanoma or skin cancer but face an increased risk...

Know Why Gay and Bisexual Men are at a Risk of Developing Skin Cancer

Gay and bisexual men are more likely to suffer skin cancer than straight men, according to a study. This is the latest health and...

Smartphone Apps Not Useful to Spot Melanoma Skin Cancer

Smartphone apps that assess the suspicious moles can't be relied upon to detect all skin cancer cases, researchers have found. Also, the regulatory mechanism...

Weight-Loss Surgery May Reduce Skin Cancer Risk, Says a Study

The researchers have found out that Bariatric surgery might help in reduction of skin-cancer risk, adding that, this finding can be described as a...

Study Says that Some of the Deadly Skin Cancers may Originate in Hair Follicles

 Some of the most deadly Skin Cancers may start in stem cells that lend colour to hair, and originate in hair follicles rather than...

People with High Vitamin A Intake at Lower Risk of Skin Cancer

Researchers have found that people who intake high levels of Vitamin A were 17 per cent less at risk of getting a skin cancer...

World’s Smallest Wearable Can Help in Preventing Skin Cancer

Scientists have developed the world's smallest wearable, battery-free device that can warn people of overexposure to ultraviolet rays (UV) -- a leading factor for developing skin cancer. Currently, people do...

New Apple Watch Can Prevent Sunburn, Skin Cancer

The new Apple Watch can help prevent sunburn, premature skin ageing and even skin cancer as the US Patent and Trademark Office have approved...

SPF30 Sunscreens may Delay Onset of Skin Cancer

Application of sunscreens with a sun protection factor 30 (SPF30) prior to exposure to sunlight is likely to delay the onset of skin cancer,...

Butterfly IQ : The iPhone-based Portable Ultrasound Machine to Detect Cancer

New York, October 29, 2017 : A novel iPhone-based portable ultrasound machine that can help detect cancer easily at home has been developed by US...

Night time Munchers, You are Risking your Skin!

Washington D.C. , August 17, 2017: Night time munchers, hold on tight! This jaw-dropping finding may encourage you to give up your night time...

Immunotherapy : Allison’s Trials

If the immune system was tweaked just right, it could do a better job of killing the cancer than the usual treatments. Allison...

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