Articles for Tag: "melanoma"

Skin cancer: Sun exposure is just one piece of the puzzle 
Skin cancer: Sun exposure is just one piece of the puzzle
Researchers discover there are genetic causes underlying men’s increased risk for melanoma.
Sunscreen myth can be deadly 
Sunscreen myth can be deadly
A common misconception about dark skin is one reason why people are missing signs that something is wrong.
Your right arm could indicate your melanoma risk 
Your right arm could indicate your melanoma risk
The number of moles on your right arm could prove to be a quick, reliable indicator of your skin cancer risk.
Dynamic approach improves sun safety, study finds 
Dynamic approach improves sun safety, study finds
New research shows families benefit from receiving more education and reinforcement on sun protection habits.
Skin cancer rates rising in young women 
Skin cancer rates rising in young women
Research finds that age and the frequency of using indoor tanning is linked to a rise in melanoma.
World Cancer Day: A look into the life of an oncologist  Featured
World Cancer Day: A look into the life of an oncologist
Dr. Jacob Bitran shares the obstacles and triumphs with his job.
Are men more likely to get skin cancer?  Featured
Are men more likely to get skin cancer?
Since it’s possible to get sunburned in the winter, a dermatologist offers tips to protect yourself all year long.