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Articles That Discuss Skin Cancer

Pediatric Cancer- Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

Reduce the Risk of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Through Evidence-based, Non-toxic Therapies Pediatric cancer survivors have a much better chance of living a long life today compared to 50 years ago. Conventional

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Cost-effectivness of Immunotherapy for Metastatic Melanoma-

Consider Evidence-based Integrative Therapies to Enhance the Efficacy of ¬†Melanoma Chemotherapy ¬†While Minimizing Toxicity Based on the Forbes article linked below, a chemotherapy called “Opdivo

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Treating Skin Cancer-Stage I is Much Different than Stage IV

Skin Cancer can be Aggressive, Complicated and Expensive to Treat. Learn About Integrative Therapies to Enhance The Efficacy of Conventional Chemotherapy Diagnoses of both melanoma and non-melanoma skin

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Aging Skin- Reduce Risk Skin Cancer

“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 we

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HPV and Skin Cancer Risk

Understanding the Known Risks of Skin Cancer is the First Step to Undergoing Evidence-based, Non-Toxic Therapies to Reduce Those Risks As you can see below, the HPV virus is a risk factor for both melanoma

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Could Probiotics Enhance the Efficacy of Immunotherapy for Melanoma?

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 real

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Basal Cell Carcinoma Treatment

Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer is diagnosed in approximately 3.3 million people in the U.S. annually. Of Those Total NMSC Diagnoses, approximately 80% are Basal Cell Carcinomas– I consider basal cell carcinoma

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Frequent Basal Cell Cancer (BCC) May Mean More Cancer

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-melanoma

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How to Identify Skin Cancer in 5 Steps

Remember A,B,C,D,E When Checking your Body for Possible Skin Cancer. Consider Evidence-based, Non-toxic Therapies to Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer- Checking your skin regularly for possible Non-Melanoma

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