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Latinos are less likely than their white counterparts to have melanoma, but when diagnosed, their cancer is usually more advanced.
“It truly is great news”: Findings show that patients with BRAF-mutant melanoma start treatment with combination immunotherapy. [VIDEOS]
Researchers explored challenges and opportunities for research on rare melanomas at the 2021 Melanoma Research Alliance Scientific Retreat.
Cancer vaccines become much more potent in their cancer-fighting abilities when combined with more established immunotherapies.
The MSNBC anchor revealed that she had surgery for skin cancer and made a passionate plea for everyone to get screened for the disease.
In early experiments, researchers found that “the antibiotics [could] buy the precious time needed for immunotherapy to kick in.”
At Melanoma Research Alliance’s 2021 Scientific Treat, scientists discussed enhancing anti-tumor immune response of combination therapies.
Researchers provide updates on the clinical trial of a new drug to improve the long-term survival of patients facing advanced melanoma
At the “Surviving and Thriving Despite Melanoma” panel, experts discussed the emotional rollercoaster of living with melanoma
This small, water-resistant sticker, applied to skin exposed to direct sunlight, lets you know when it is time to reapply sunscreen.
After losing his dad and uncle to melanoma, Patrick O’Neill raises awareness and funding around the disease through horseracing.
Summer Kramer’s experience with melanoma moved her to build SUMMERSKIN – a sun protective clothing brand sold online.
Findings suggest that UV exposure is unlikely associated with an increased risk of developing melanoma in individuals with skin of color.
Lauren Alptunaer’s metastatic melanoma diagnosis stirred her passion for medicine.
The Nobel Prize winner continues to search for more immune checkpoints that can be blocked.
Craig Schuh describes his meaningful experience after being diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma in April of 2020.
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