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Skin

Jim Kelly
Jim Kelly, NFL Hall of Famer, discusses how much a smile or a kind word can mean to someone with cancer – and he knows from experience.
Barbara Tako
It was a hard call to make. It felt like choosing to step into the mud—again. Revisit cancer? Seriously? Why?
CURE Staff
One of our valued community members, Jen Sotham, passed away on Nov. 9. Jen was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma in 2014, but that did not prevent her from living out her dreams and having her voice heard through film, blogging, a TED talk and contributing to CURE® — both in print and on the web.
 
Lisa Astor
Treatment with Opdivo (nivolumab) plus Yervoy (ipilimumab) improved response rates in patients with melanoma, but not without some severe side effects.
Barbara Tako
Two-time cancer survivor struggles with a different loss than cancer this holiday season.
Barbara Tako
Are you trying to get ready for the holidays in addition to being newly diagnosed with cancer, receiving active treatment or coping with survivorship? It’s not an easy task.
Barbara Tako
A two-time cancer survivor shares strategies that have helped her over the years with healthy eating habits and movement.
 
Danielle Bucco
In an interview with CURE, Postow, a medical oncologist specializing in melanoma at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, discussed the impressive efficacy seen with combining BRAF and MEK inhibitors for patients with melanoma.
Katie Kosko
Nearly a third of tanning salons surveyed were not compliant with their state laws.
TARA HAELLE
An immunotherapy finally gives doctors an approved weapon to fight Merkel cell carcinoma, a rare and still mysterious skin cancer.
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