skin cancer

Diagnosing skin cancer with a new non-invasive device
via University of Utah Diagnosing skin cancer with a new non-invasive device In the United
An injection to treat skin cancer?
Bioadhesive nanoparticles (white) after being taken up by skin cancer tumor cells during in vitro
A handheld device for diagnosing skin cancer could reduce need for painful biopsies by 50 perceny

The proven technology will be designed into a handheld device that could reduce need for

A laser microscope that could both diagnose diseases and perform incredibly precise surgery—all without cutting skin

UBC researchers develop new laser microscope that could be ‘revolutionary’ for treatment of diseases such

Stopping the progression of melanoma with the flip of a genetic switch

A new drug compound could combat tough-to-treat melanoma Melanoma is commonly caused by the damaging

Discovery: The control mechanism for melanoma skin cancer

Australian scientists have discovered how the immune system can control melanoma, a mechanism which could

Chemotherapy for melanoma that can be “painted” directly on the skin

Skin acts as the first line of defense against pathogens and other harmful material from

Sun cream compound offers unprecedented protection against UVA radiation

A new compound developed by University of Bath scientists in collaboration with King’s College London

World first as viral immunotherapy for skin cancer shows patient benefit in Phase III trial

A genetically engineered herpes virus can halt the progression of skin cancer by killing cancer

Device created for faster skin biopsies without anesthesia

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) and the Institute for Health Research of the Hospital

The Skin Cancer Selfie

Gigapixel camera that takes high-resolution snapshots of the entire body could be simple new tool

A cure for skin cancer

Doctors announce historic breakthrough as ‘spectacular’ drugs bring hope to thousands Scientists have developed breakthrough

Single Injection May Revolutionize Melanoma Treatment

A new study at Moffitt Cancer Center could offer hope to people with melanoma, the deadliest form