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New research from Harvard indicates melanoma can arise from cancer stem cells and that targeting these cells can slow down the growth of a tumor.
A new study from researchers at the Fox Chase Cancer Center indicates that, despite warnings, many American adults still take part in activities that increase their susceptibility for skin cancer.
University of Illinois researchers have found that exercise can aid in decreasing the inflammation of damaged skin, helping to heal wounds.
Recent research has found the risk of death from several cancers can be reduced with exposure to sunlight due to increased vitamin D production.
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Essential fatty acids such as omega-3s and omegas-6s are necessary to help the skin stay healthy.
Researchers find nonmelanoma skin cancer to be rarer in postmenopausal women who drink coffee.
It is estimated that more than 1 million new cases of skin cancer were diagnosed in the United States in 2007. While most skin cancers have excellent cure rates if detected and treated early, dermatologists stress that prevention is still the best medicine.
A new study is showing lower levels of ultraviolet B (UVB) rays from the sun to be associated with higher lung cancer occurrences.
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