More than 96,000 Americans are diagnosed each year with melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. That’s quite a scary statistic, but it’s important to remember that when melanoma is diagnosed—and how quickly it’s treated—has a lot to do with a patient’s chances of survival and recovery. ...
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, but it’s often treatable if caught at an early stage. That’s why it’s important to know the early signs of melanoma, which usually starts as a mole or other suspicious skin spot. ...
Tracy Callahan had been seeing a dermatologist regularly all her life. Then her husband noticed an unusual-looking spot on the right side of her neck in August 2013. ...
You've heard the stories: A nail salon technician identifies a as a sign of melanoma. Skin cancer does not discriminate, and there are body parts like your hands that can become an unsuspected place for the deadly disease, as a 20-year-old college student from Australia recently found out. Courtney Whithorn had her thumb amputated after doctors detected a...
UK manicurist Jean Skinner is being hailed as a hero after she spotted a sign of one of her nails. ...
Alcohol has been linked to several different cancers, some more strongly than others. Now a study adds a new type of cancer to the list, and it’s an unexpected one: Brown University researchers say that drinking, even in moderate amounts, is associated with higher rates of melanoma—the deadliest form of skin cancer. ...
An occasional tiny mole or freckle is usually no reason to be alarmed. But one woman’s small blemish turned out to be a deadly form of skin cancer. ...
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