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The most aggressive type of skin cancer may respond to immunotherapy.
A recent survey found a low level of consistent sunscreen use and insufficient concern about skin cancer.
Summer has arrived and it’s a golden time to highlight July as UV Safety Awareness Month!
According to Neil Box, PhD, chemicals in sunscreens have been used for more than 40 years, yet there is little evidence of any harm.
The “sunshine” vitamin may help the immune system fight the virus and avoid severe respiratory distress.
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.
Get outside, grow a garden or get comfy.
New research adds to our understanding of sunscreens.
Darker skin doesn’t rule out your risk for skin cancer, aging or a host of other sun-related damage.
Cool products for a hot season.
When the sun is high, it’s more important than ever to practice sun safety.
The American Academy of Dermatology is marking Skin Cancer Awareness Month by asking, “Do you use protection?”
Seven facts that will set you straight for skin protection this summer
Despite a study’s finding, cancer and safety experts advise individuals to continue to wear sunscreen.
Chelsea Dawson, an eight-year melanoma survivor, lives with her family in Roanoke, Virginia.
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