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The tumor microenvironment of melanoma (and multiple myeloma)… is thought to stimulate angiogenesis through different mechanisms…“ I am a long-term Multiple Myeloma survivor of an MMContinue reading
Evidence-based, Non-Toxic Therapies to Repair U.V. Skin Damage, Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer While Making Your Skin Look Better- I am a long-term cancer survivor and cancer coach who swears by theContinue reading
“Dermatologists constantly stress the need to protect skin from exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which puts the body at risk for developing skin cancer… We all know that if weContinue reading
These results suggest that we could alter gut microbiota using probiotics, prebiotics etc. in order to improve response to anti-cancer immunotherapy for melanoma Immunotherapy for melanoma has shown realContinue reading
A total of 40 randomized trials comparing 18 interventions in 9 categories were identified and included in the study. A meta-analysis of mostly low-risk BCC patients was then conducted…” Non-melanomaContinue reading
“The long-term outcome of squamous cell skin cancer is dependent upon several factors…Generally, the long-term outcome is positive, as less than 4% of Squamous cell carcinoma cases are at riskContinue reading
There is no widely accepted standard-of-care for unresectable, locally advanced, or metastatic Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma aka Skin Cancer VIEW According to research the majorityContinue reading