Melanoma News & Features
T cells from patients with melanoma can trigger a protective immune response against the disease.
A novel mechanism has been discovered that can lead melanoma cells to develop resistance to drugs that target the protein BRAF.
Using drugs for impotence does not increase the risk of malignant melanoma, according to recent research that contradicts some earlier findings.
Researchers suspect compounds in citrus may sensitize skin to sunlight and thereby increase melanoma risk, but further study is required.
Slightly higher odds of melanoma for men on erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs were recorded, but lifestyles are probable culprit.
- In breast cancer survivors, lidocaine may relieve pain during intercourse
- Likelihood of lung cancer screening update
- Generic meds may boost survival in some early breast cancers
- Aromatase inhibitors substantially reduce risk of death in ER-positive breast cancer
- Activated T cell therapy developed for advanced melanoma
- Cancer changed my body: Talking about body image with teens
- St. John's wort: natural does not necessarily mean safe
- No association between opioids, breast cancer recurrence
- Researchers, providers need to address cancer health care disparities in LGBTQ community
- New combination could make cancer more sensitive to chemotherapy
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