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Learn more about melanoma risk factors, hereditary melanoma, and genetic testing.
He experienced his worst sunburn during a deployment to Iraq. Now free of skin cancer, Andrew Smith practices sun safety with his family.
Leah Adams, 29, of Cleveland, is a Stage I melanoma survivor. She also helps care for her dad, who has Stage IV melanoma.
Products that protect skin and enlighten minds, including the lung-cancer memoir “Stage 5”
When Dave, 74, was diagnosed with cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (CSCC) near his eye, immunotherapy was his best treatment option.
Leah Adams, 29, of Cleveland, is a Stage I melanoma survivor. She also helps care for her dad, who has Stage IV of the same skin cancer.
Sun exposure is the one risk factor for melanoma that people can control.
The White House doctor confirmed the lesion on the president’s chest was a basal cell carcinoma. Here are the basics of this skin cancer.
After skin cancer surgery, Matthew Ruiz completed a process known as Total Body Photography to track any changes over time.
New York photographer Spencer Tunick’s latest nude art installation reaches Sydney.
With a better understanding of why certain NRAS mutants are linked to melanoma, researchers can target functions exclusive to these proteins
In her new documentary, “In the Sun”, the actress hopes to dispel the myth that people of color aren’t at risk for skin cancer.
Summer Kramer’s experience with melanoma moved her to build SUMMERSKIN – a sun protective clothing brand sold online.
A recent survey found a low level of consistent sunscreen use and insufficient concern about skin cancer.
The American Cancer Society estimates that about one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.
If you live in any of these states, you’ll need more sun protection.
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