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Search Results for: Melanoma

Skin Cancer Overdiagnosis?

Skin Cancer diagnosed as In-situ or stage 1 doesn’t really matter. You can reduce the risk of your diagnosis becoming melanoma Though the study linked and excerpted below does make a good case for

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Skin Cancer, Vitamin D3 and Sunlight

Can Vitamin D3 supplementation Reduce Your Risks of Skin Cancer? Full Disclosure: I am a 58 year old cancer survivor who worshiped the sun in my youth. I burned frequently. Some of those sunburns where

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Actinic Keratoses- Skin Cancer But Not Skin Cancer

A diagnosis of Actinic Keratosis is a Pre-cancerous form of Skin Cancer- Lower Your Risk of AK Becoming Skin Cancer with Evidence-based, Non-toxic Therapies I’m a 58 year old (bald)  cancer survivor

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Secondary Cancer in Pediatric and AYA Cancer Survivors

“Pediatric and AYA cancer survivors remain at increased risk for treatment-related subsequent neoplasms, even after the age of 40, according to a new study published online ahead of print in the

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Skin Cancer Prevention- Nutrition, Supplementation, Lifestyle and more…

“Topical application or oral administration of green tea through drinking water of mice prevents UVB-induced skin cancer development…” At the time I didn’t give it  second

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Skin Cancer Screening-The Best Facial Lotion

Sun Tan Lotion is the most Effective Method of Screening Your Face from Skin Cancer. The Best Mineral Sunscreen is from MD Solar Sciences Okay, I admit it. As a teen I tanned constantly. If I knew then

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Whole Brain Radiation Causes Collateral Damage aka Side Effects

Do you know anyone who has received whole brain radiation? I do. Whole brain radiation causes ugly collateral damage aka side effects- Whole brain radiation was “first used in 1954.” That means

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Tanning and Skin Cancer- How Can I Tell?

Melanoma Versus Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer. What’s the Difference? How Can I Tell if a Mole is a Problem?  Ironically tanning makes you look healthier. As a teen I sat in the sun as often as I could.

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