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CURE’s skin cancer page is an extensive resource of cancer information featuring the latest skin cancer news, expert oncologist insights on the latest cancer treatments, oncology research, advocacy efforts, and medical data on skin cancer.
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July 23rd 2021, 1:00pm
CURE® offers tips to stay relaxed and healthy during the summer months.
July 21st 2021, 11:00pm
An expert from The Skin Cancer Foundation explained how to read sunscreen labels, sun safety practices, common misconceptions about skin cancer and what cancer survivors should know about their risk.
July 17th 2021, 3:00pm
In its Speaking Out video series, on behalf of Aim at Melanoma, CURE ® spoke with Dr. Sunandana Chandra about emerging therapies in melanoma.
July 15th 2021, 1:00pm
Several sunscreens packaged with aerosol were found to contain benzene, which has been associated with risk of leukemia.
July 13th 2021, 9:00pm
One expert talks the benefits of excising in surgical management, as well as what to expect after.
July 10th 2021, 3:00pm
Skin cancer can have detrimental effects on not only a patient’s physical health, but their emotional and mental health as well, according to an expert at the CURE® Educated Patient® Skin Cancer Summit.
July 9th 2021, 6:00pm
On behalf of AiM at Melanoma, Drs. Jeffrey Farma and Sunandana Chandra discuss current and future treatment options for melanoma, including a rare subtype.
July 8th 2021, 6:00pm
Patients with skin cancer who are treated with radiation therapy as an alternative to surgery tend to experience effective results thanks to advanced technologies, according to an expert at the CURE® Educated Patient® Skin Cancer Summit.
July 7th 2021, 9:00pm
Patients with melanoma are living longer than ever before and some, according to an expert from the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, are even getting cured or achieving long-term remissions thanks to developments in the treatment landscape.
July 6th 2021, 6:00pm
Topical treatments may lead to little to no scarring in patients with surface-level skin cancer, but patient characteristics, time of year, tumor characteristics and cost determine course of action.
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