Your melanoma treatment is over. Now what? Here’s what you should keep in mind about follow-up care.
What You Should Know About Intraocular (Uveal) Melanoma
There was a great deal of research on skin cancer in 2017, including how skin cancer forms and how certain foods might protect you from skin cancer.
Learn more about the basics of melanoma and if you might be at risk.
Parkinson’s disease increases melanoma risk, and people with melanoma are at increased risk for developing Parkinson’s, according to a study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings that confirms earlier research suggesting a link. Although the associati...
Though melanoma is the rarest form of skin cancer, it is also potentially the most deadly.
Many people fail to apply enough sunscreen, forget to reapply it after spending a long time in the sun, or use an expired product. Here’s how to get the most protection.
President Jimmy Carter was diagnosed with melanoma in the summer of 2015. While melanoma usually begins on the skin, it can sometimes develop in other parts of the body. President Carter’s melanoma first showed up on his liver. When doctors removed t...
Melanoma of the skin, called cutaneous melanoma, is the most common form of melanoma. Noncutaneous, or non-skin melanoma, is much rarer but it is possible for melanoma to develop in other parts of the body. About five percent of all melanomas are non...