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These results show that diagnoses ranging from moderately atypical lesions to early stage invasive melanoma are neither accurate nor reproducible, say the authors. While I am the first person to be cynicalContinue reading
“naturally occurring radioactive gas radon within one’s home also increases the risk to develop malignant skin cancer (malignant melanoma)…” I am a cancer survivor who has an increasedContinue reading
There is no widely accepted standard-of-care for unresectable, locally advanced, or metastatic Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma (CSCC) aka Skin Cancer According to research the majority of both basalContinue reading
?KA is benign despite its similarities to squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), or the abnormal growth of cancerous cells on the skin’s most outer layer” Dear Cancer Coach: I had a growth on my legContinue reading
While the number of skin cancer cases—specifically for melanoma—is anticipated to increase by 14 percent this year, the number of deaths from melanoma is decreasing by 4 percent.1 There is no paradoxContinue reading
“Patients who receive the standard surgical treatment for melanoma that has spread to one or more key lymph nodes do not live longer… I understand how difficult it can be to make decisionsContinue reading
Integrative Therapy for Malignant Melanoma- Enhance the Efficacy of Conventional Chemotherapy While Reducing Toxicity Depending on your stage at diagnosis, the outlook for malignant melanoma (mel) isContinue reading
“The discrepancies in incidence and mortality trends found in this cohort study suggest considerable overdiagnosis of melanoma occurring among White patients in the US.” Though the studiesContinue reading
“with the number of melanoma (MM) cases increasing each year, it is believed that the disease could become one of the most common types of cancer in the United States by 2030″ In the worldContinue reading
Evidence-based Integrative Therapies are More Effective Against Metastatic Melanoma Than Dacarbazine Alone If you are reading this post then you probably already know that metastatic melanoma is an aggressiveContinue reading