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.
May 23rd 2020
During Skin Cancer Awareness Month, one melanoma survivor reflects on her treatment and the preventive measures everyone should take to avoid skin cancer.
May 15th 2020
From influential musician Little Richard passing away due to bone cancer to a dramatic drop in new cancer diagnoses as screenings have been postponed as a result of COVID-19, here are all the major updates happening in the cancer space this week.
April 27th 2020
Dr. Omid Hamid discusses combining targeted drugs and immunotherapy, the role of surgery and ongoing research efforts in melanoma.
April 24th 2020
With the growing and evolving field of T-cell therapies, patients with metastatic melanoma have new hopes for effective treatment, but the treatment faces future clinical challenges.
March 28th 2020
What can cancer survivors do to cope and process the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic?
March 21st 2020
Breast cancer and melanoma cancer survivor learned that a combination of changes helped her beat fatigue after cancer treatments.
March 2nd 2020
Here are the top five CURE® stories for February 2020.
February 26th 2020
Men who identify as gay or bisexual report having more skin cancers than those who identify as heterosexual. More frequent use of indoor tanning could be a cause, but researchers want to find out for sure.
February 20th 2020
In this week’s episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with Lainie Jones, who has found her purpose in helping others after being diagnosed with five separate primary cancers before the age of 35 because of a rare genetic condition that predisposes her to develop the disease.
February 19th 2020
From Neil Peart’s passing following a battle with brain cancer to a new online support group for men with testicular cancer, here’s the news making an impact in the cancer landscape.
February 7th 2020
Patients with stage 3 melanoma who had one or more circulating tumor cells were found to relapse sooner, providing physicians with an important biomarker to treat the likelihood of relapse.
February 6th 2020
The refinement of surgical treatment of cancer was named the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s advance of the year, according to its Annual Report on Progress Against Cancer.
January 24th 2020
From the FDA issuing a safety alert on cybersecurity vulnerabilities to health care facility technology to former Bachelorette star Ali Fedotowsky revealing she has basal cell carcinoma, here’s what is making headlines in the cancer space this week.
January 22nd 2020
Patients with high-risk stage 3 melanoma who experienced an immune-related side effect after treatment with adjuvant Keytruda had reduced risk for disease recurrence, compared with those on the placebo arm.
January 21st 2020
More people than ever are beginning their medical journeys online as digital videos on cancer education are proven to be a useful tool that institutions should provide.
January 18th 2020
Because they have been found to be effective in the treatment of many types of cancer, including melanoma, immunotherapy drugs like anti-PD-1 agents and anti-CTLA4 therapies should not be discounted because of their toxicities.
January 16th 2020
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers have found an increase in alcohol consumption among cancer survivors that warrants further study and possible alcohol consumption screenings prior to treatment.
January 13th 2020
Cancer mortality rates have declined significantly since 1991; however, certain cancer types have seen slower progression as of recently because of improved screening.
January 3rd 2020
This two-time cancer survivor writes to-do lists and weeds out her cancer clutter and home after the New Year, resulting in less physical and mental clutter, and less worry.
December 31st 2019
A breast cancer and melanoma survivor encourages looking forward to the New Year.