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Apr
07
2009

Genetic Mutation Shown to Trigger Skin Cancer

Potentially helping to create new treatments for melanoma, British researchers have shown a genetic mutation often leads to the development of the disease.

Mar
26
2009

Genetic Variation May Help Identify Young Women at Risk for Melanoma

The discovery of a genetic variation in young female melanoma patients could lead to better testing and screening for the diseaser earlier in life.

Mar
23
2009

New Study Points to Six Melanoma Risk Factors

Helping estheticians and clients create sun smart skin care routines and techniques, new research from the New York University Medical Center shows six independent risk factors for melanoma.

Mar
13
2009

Sun Protection and Treatment Tips

Share these tips with your clients to help keep them safe from the sun.

Mar
12
2009

Blocking Protein May Help Protect Against Skin Cancers

A recent study has shown controlling a particular protein in the blood can help protect against skin cancers, possibly providing future treatment options in skin and sun care.

Feb
04
2009

Childhood Beach Vacations May Effect Melanoma Risk

Vacations at the shore during childhood may boost the risk of the deadly skin cancer melanoma later in life, a new study suggests.

Feb
02
2009

Tadpoles Helping Develop Skin Cancer Drugs

The humble tadpole could provide the key to developing effective anti-skin cancer drugs, thanks to a groundbreaking discovery by researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA).

Jan
30
2009

Sun Care: Man's Best Friend

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By: Jennifer Linder, MD

Sunscreen can be a great tipping point to get men more involved in skin care.

Jan
21
2009

New Testing Method May More Accurately Show Effective Sunscreens

Looking directly at the expression of the p53 gene may be a more accurate way of testing how well a sunscreen protects against UV damage, according to a recent study.

Jan
09
2009

Increasing Rates of Melanoma Seen Across the Country

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New cases of the deadly skin cancer melanoma are increasing among men and women in the United States, particularly among older men, researchers report.