Know how to use your smart phone to its best ability, or create a page on CaringBridge to share news about your cancer journey? This article explores tips for this and more.
Millions of adults get acne outbreaks each year. Happily, new solutions are at hand. Here are four strategies to consider.
Apps are now available to help you track your skin conditions, and artificial intelligence could help diagnose skin cancer in the not-so-distant-future.
After breast cancer treatment and removal of a melanoma, Patty never imagined she would be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Turns out she has the BRCA1 gene. Here’s her story.
Sun protection matters, and schools can be a big part of the solution in protecting children’s skin while outdoors.
A study has found that eating tomatoes daily significantly reduced the number of skin cancer tumors in male mice.
Treatments options for basal cell carcinoma vary depending on the size and location of the cancer.
The “least dangerous” type of skin cancer is still cancer. Fortunately, it’s also highly treatable.
Experts recommend using sunscreen with at least SPF of 15. In the spring of 2017, a chain pharmacy in the U.S. pulled all sunscreen with less than SPF 15 from its shelves.
New technology could take the place of a biopsy for skin cancer.