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Melanoma Monday: What Should You Know About Skin Cancer Checks?

by Immunoe

  Melanoma is a dangerous type of skin cancer. Unfortunately, the number of people affected by melanoma increases year by year. In the U.S, that are more than 2 million people who are diagnosed with melanoma every year. So how do doctors diagnose melanoma or other types of skin cancer? Doctors …

Discover the Sneaky Ways the Sun May be Getting to Your Skin

by Immunoe

  November is here and it is the National Healthy Skin Month. Keeping your skin healthy is very important and taking good care of it can help prevent several skin problems and conditions. Protecting our skin though, might not be as simple as we think it is. Even though summer and beach time is …

Is Your Job Bad for Your Skin?

by Immunoe

  Is your job stressful? Is your working environment dry or filled with heavy heat? According to studies, there are certain types of jobs that could harm your skin or could increase your chances of getting skin cancer. These jobs are: Truck & Taxi drivers: Drivers spend a lot of time behin …

4 Tips to Protect Yourself from Melanoma

Every hour an American dies from melanoma. The worst part: this cancer is treatable when detected early. Fortunately, there are many ways you can protect yourself from melanoma and other forms of skin cancer. Here are some tips: Use sunscreen year-round Many people only use sunscreen during the sum …

What Does Your Doctor Want You to Know About Skin Cancer?

  Although skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, it also is one of the most preventable. So, what are the most important things you should know about skin cancer? Melanoma might be the least common form of skin cancer, but it is the most lethal. The rate of melanoma increases …

Potential New Immunotherapy for Melanoma

According to a new study, researchers at the UH Seidman Cancer Center established a protocol where they retrieved T cells from lymph nodes of melanoma patients and proceeded to their expansion and activation in vitro. The researchers in this new study observed that the cells have the potential to m …