Sunburn. Brown spots. Dry skin. Enlarged pores. Wrinkles. Skin cancer. All of these are signs of too much sun on our faces. Just don't forget to protect yourself from the...
Researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah report critical new insights into how cells mount an attack against melanoma tumors.
Using state-by-state data, researchers found that melanoma survival varies regionally.
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"In many cases melanomas are the ugly duckling on the body. People can sometimes pick them out even from an untrained eye," Julia Curtis, MD, assistant director of the mole...
It isn't possible to die from embarrassment—unless that embarrassment keeps patients from getting checked for melanoma.
The first Monday in May every year is known as Melanoma Monday - a day to spread awareness of the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Citrus fruits are touted for their health benefits, but could consuming too much actually put you at a higher risk for certain types of cancer?
Former President Jimmy Carter recently announced that he was diagnosed with cancer; today he publicized he is suffering from melanoma.
Melissa was just 29 when she faced a diagnosis that would change her life.
It kills, on average, one American every hour. But Melanoma does not have to be fatal. If caught early the skin cancer is highly treatable.
University of Utah study shows that inhibiting key protein prevents metastasis to lungs in mice.
University of Utah study uses unique database to find ties to SSIs in families
State-wide campaign designed to teach kids about how to make healthy eating choices
A researcher at the John A. Moran Eye Center has been selected as one of 10 winners by the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health