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Blood test might detect recurrence of melanoma Detecting a recurrence of melanoma early is crucial in effectively treating the disease. Scientists in the UK are working on developing a test that would look for traces of the cancer in the blood system...
If you’ve ever undergone a total-body skin exam for skin cancer, you might have felt uncomfortable during the process. Here’s what can help.
All adults should check themselves from head to toe monthly for suspicious moles. Here are two quick tricks that can help.
Energy-efficient compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs) emit very low levels of ultraviolet A (UV-A) rays, the kind that penetrate to the deeper layers of the skin.
Mohs surgery may be your best option for nonmelanoma skin cancers. Here’s what you need to know about the procedure.
Check out our top 10 articles on skin cancer from 2016. Whether you are living with skin cancer or want to take preventive steps, there is something here for you.
When your doctor thinks a lesion or spot on your skin is cancerous, the first step is a skin biopsy. This can be quite scary. Having a biopsy doesn’t mean you have cancer: plenty of biopsies come back with benign, or negative, results. Even so, the i...
Aging affects the skin in ways you can’t always see in the mirror. These skin disorders can sometimes be serious enough to affect your quality of life.
Knowing these possible symptoms of stage 4 melanoma can help you recognize any alarming changes in your condition.
When you think of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, you might think this is only a disease of the elderly. But it’s the second most common form of cancer in people between the ages of 20 and 29 years old, according to the American Academy ...