The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug combination treatment for melanoma patients.
Scientists have taken a closer look at dietary patterns and have found that frequent consumption of citrus, such as whole grapefruit and orange juice, may be associated with an increased risk of melanoma.
Statistics show that melanoma rates are significantly higher among young adults since the 1970s. More specifically, researchers found a 250 percent increase, with young women appearing to be at highest risk for the health issue and accounting for roughly two-thirds of cases diagnosed in 2011, accord...
New findings published in the journal Science Express show that a vaccine could potentially prevent a powerful immune response against tumor mutations related to melanoma skin cancers.
Recent findings published in the journal Cancer show that teenage acne may be linked to an increased risk of melanoma in women.
new study reveals that using sunscreen during childhood prevents melanoma in adults.
A new study shows that the recurrence of melanoma skin cancer is more common following a 10 year period than previously thought. In fact, some statistics suggest that it could be occurring in as many as one in 20 patients.