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Indoor Tanning Associated with Skin Cancer Risk

Investigating Indoor Tanning Use and Awareness of Skin Cancer Risk

Indoor tanning has been found to increase the risk of skin cancer. A study from researchers at the University of Manchester investigated the reason...
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Hem/Onc Round-up: Racial Disparities Persist in Pancreatic Cancer Trials, and More

Each week on DocWire News, editors bring you the latest news and research in hematology and oncology. Here are this week’s top headlines: Racial Disparities Persist...
Ringing the Ceremonial “Cancer Bell” Following a Course of Treatment May Have Unintended Consequences on Patients

Melanoma, Lung Cancer Death Has Declined in the U.S.

A new report found an overall decrease in mortality due to cancer across men and women and all racial/ethnic groups between 2001 and 2018. The...
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Hem/Onc Roundup: First KRAS-Inhibitor Approved, Kidney Cancer Crowdfunding Frequently Misses Goal

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved sotorasib, the first targeted therapy in adults with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with KRAS...

High Risk Melanoma Patients Can Benefit from Routine Screening and Education

Patients at high risk of melanoma who undergo routine skin cancer screening and education are more likely to be diagnosed with earlier stage melanomas,...
Structured Surveillance Program May Earlier Detection of Melanoma

Structured Surveillance Program May Provide Earlier Detection of Melanoma

A study evaluated the feasibility and success of a structured surveillance program at skin clinics to help achieve earlier detection of melanoma. “A previous single-center...

Eating Grapes May Protect Against Skin Cancer

A recent study found that consuming grapes may protect against ultraviolet (UV) skin damage, which is linked to skin cancer. Data show that 1 in...

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