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Safeguarding skin cancer services with the use of teledermatology

Safeguarding skin cancer services with the use of teledermatology

Dr Amy Poyner, a GP on the Isle of Wight with a special interest (GPwSI) in Surgical Dermatology, highlights how using the Dermicus Teledermatology...
Potential new treatment for skin cancer with wearable patch development

Potential new treatment for skin cancer with wearable patch development

A skin patch development could pave the way for new skin cancer treatments in the future that would not require chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Scientists have...
New AI tool helps medical professionals with diagnosing skin conditions

New AI tool helps medical professionals with diagnosing skin conditions

A new Artificial Intelligence tool has been developed that can help medical professionals with diagnosing skin conditions. A new deep learning-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm...
Skin cancer graphic of what happens under the skin

Study shows results from skin cancer diagnosis apps can’t be trusted

A new study from the University of Birmingham, reveals smartphone apps used to as ‘early warning systems’ for skin cancer are poorly regulated and...
Chronically itchy skin: causation for depression, suicidal thoughts and stress?

Chronically itchy skin: causation for depression, suicidal thoughts and stress?

According to studies, increased depression, suicidal thoughts and stress are reported in patients with chronically itchy skin. Reported in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, published...

Smartphone app can detect 95% of skin cancer cases

A new smartphone app – SkinVision – has been shown in a new study to detect more than 90% of skin cancer cases. An international...
Did you know immunotherapy is the most prominent topic in melanoma research globally?

Did you know immunotherapy is the most prominent topic in melanoma research globally?

A new report highlights the different areas in the field of melanoma research, showing that immunotherapy is the most prominent topic and reveals the...
Non-melanoma skin cancer: The hidden epidemic faced by outdoor workers

Non-melanoma skin cancer: The hidden epidemic faced by outdoor workers

We talk to Professor Swen Malte John, Chair of the EADV Task Force on occupational skin disease, who emphasises the magnitude of the neglected...
Global call to action to end the non-melanoma skin cancer epidemic in outdoor workers

Global call to action to end the non-melanoma skin cancer epidemic in outdoor workers

Discover the organizations that are calling for the implementation of a systematic approach to addressing the Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer epidemic. Seven co-hosting organizations of the...
Diagnosis of skin cancer: visual inspection is not enough

Diagnosis of skin cancer: visual inspection is not enough

Researchers have concluded that the visual inspection of a suspicious skin lesion using the naked eye alone is not enough to ensure the accurate...
Cutting off melanoma skin cancer

Cutting off melanoma skin cancer

Researchers have found a way to stop the spread of cancer in mice by blocking specific molecules of melanoma skin cancer. Melanoma skin cancer tumours...
New therapeutic opportunities discovered from melanoma initiation

New therapeutic opportunities discovered from melanoma initiation

A vital vulnerability of melanoma initiation has been uncovered by researchers, finding that specific RNA boosts protein synthesis in different cellular compartments. Researchers from VIB-KU...

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