8 hrs ago
Nottingham Evening Post
Hopeful trials see firm's cancer vaccine bid reach the next level
Scancell, a company which grew out of research carried out by a team at the University of Nottingham, reports that results from trials of a vaccine which targets a serious skin cancer have exceeded their highest expectations.
19 hrs ago
Sun protective kids' apparel to be on a growth trajectory
The sun protective apparel makers are expecting an increase in demand for kids clothing range because of the increasing consumer awareness about sun exposure.
MELA Sciences Takes Part in Skin Cancer Diagnostic Workshop with...
Dr. med. . The goal was to identify non-invasive physical diagnostics as a specialist field, to share knowledge and experiences from research and training in physical diagnostics in dermatology, and to promote international scientific collaboration.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Medical breakthrough: FDA approves new skin cancer drug tested in Scottsdale
A new skin cancer drug tested in Scottsdale has received expedited approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Not just eye candy: which sunglasses protect your eyes?
When it comes to sun safety many of us know which hats, clothes and sunscreen offer good protection.
Molecular mechanism of apoptosis induction in skin cancer cells by the centipedegrass extract
Centipedegrass extract is mainly composed of maysin and its derivatives, which are recognized internationally as natural compounds.
Biscayne Bay Tribune
Celebrating National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Cancer, the dreaded "C" word. It has become such an epidemic in our society that people are loath to even mention its name.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
MELA Sciences Reports Positive Reception for its Optical Melanoma...
NEW YORK & IRVINGTON, N.Y. -- -- MELA Sciences, Inc. designer and developer of MelaFind , an FDA approved non-invasive optical device that assists dermatologists in the diagnosis of melanoma, received positive dermatologist feedback from its second Clinical Advisory Meeting held in conjunction with the 16th Annual Mount Sinai Winter Dermatology ... (more)
Skin cancer drug approved for NHS use in Scotland
A drug that can extend the life of patients with inoperable skin cancer has been approved for use by the NHS in Scotland.
Biologics Announces Collaborative Program Partnership for YERVOY (ipilimumab) Patients
YERVOY is an IV prescription medicine, approved in March 2011, for use in adults to treat melanoma that has spread or cannot be removed by surgery.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Hugh Jackman diagnosed with skin cancer
Jackman went to the doctor after his wife became concerned about a mark on his nose, according to a post on Instagram .
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Six Solid Ways To Reduce Your Cancer Risk -- And That Of Your Children
We hear so much these days about cancer threats from exposure to trace amounts of pesticides and industrial chemicals in our food, water, cosmetics, sleepwear, and in playgrounds.
The Orange County Register
O.C. group to test stem-cell cancer treatment
An Orange County company has won approval for advanced testing of a stem-cell treatment for the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Hugh Jackman confirms he is ''all good'' after his skin cancer scare
The X-Men actor was diagnosed with skin cancer, but has been given the all-clear after having a growth removed from his nose Appearing at a David Lynch Foundation charity gala in New York, he said: "I'm all good! It's all out."
Melanoma Diagnostics Leader, MELA Sciences, Inc., Participates in...
Close to 100 dermatologists attended the workshop hosted and lead by Prof. Dr. med.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Half of lung cancer patients were ex-smokers, research finds
NEARLY half the patients treated for lung cancer in the country's largest hospital in the last decade were ex-smokers.
World News Report
Mohs Surgery Group Hosts Inaugural Regional Meeting
A recent American College of Mohs Surgery conference included a keynote speaker from Scripps College near San Diego and gathered nearly 130 members of the college.
Green leafy vegetable could reduce skin cancer risk
ISLAMABAD: Green leafy vegetable may be as important as wearing a hat, sunscreen and protective clothing to reduce the risk of skin cancer, says a study that highlights the importance of eating a healthy, well-balanced diet.
Findings in the Area of Blood Cells Reported from University of Texas
However, extremely low occurrence of CTCs in the peripheral blood and potential changes in molecular biomarkers during the process of epithelial to mesenchymal transition create technical hurdles to the enrichment and enumeration of CTCs."
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Woiner Foundation gives $30,000 to melanoma, pancreatic cancer research
On Monday, Dec. 2, 2013 at the WPXI-TV Studios, The Woiner Foundation awarded a total of $30,000 to three different groups to support melanoma and pancreatic cancer research and patient care programs.