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There are differences in prognosis in cutaneous malignant melanoma depending on cohabitation status and gender, according to a new study published in the scientific periodical Journal of Clinical Oncology.
The Sunscreen Innovation Act is a way to alleviate the current 12-year backlog of sunscreen ingredients, as well as to streamline the review process.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration published two letters on the Time and Extent Applications (TEAs) for diethylhexyl butamido triazone (Uvasorb HEB) and amiloxate (Neo Heliopan E 1000), finding insufficient scientific evidence to claim either as generally recognized as safe and effective.
People who had nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC) were at increased risk for subsequently developing melanoma and 29 other cancer types, and this association was much higher for those under 25 years of age.
Researchers Release Study Highlighting Efficacy of Triple Protection Factor Broad Spectrum Sunscreen
Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (JDD) released a clinical study highlighting the efficacy of Triple Protection Factor Broad Spectrum Sunscreen, TPF 50, to prevent skin sun damage and non-melanoma skin cancer.
By: Rachel Ametsitsi, Ada S. Polla and Anne Pouill…
With the recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration changes to sunscreen legislation, a review of sunscreens is in order.
A low level of daily exposure to a common component of sunlight can cause skin damage at the molecular level after just a few days, new University of Michigan Medical School research shows.
In a survey from The Beauty Company, 99% of respondents said they'd used a sunless tanner product in the past.
In its comments, PASS requests the CDC to "urge the FDA to clear the 10-year backlog in new sunscreen applications and create a predictable, transparent and timely review process for pre-market approval of new sunscreen ingredients."
An independent, peer-reviewed study has demonstrated that UV lamps used for hardening gel nail polish are safe and do not increase risks of developing skin cancer.