Skin Cancer

3 Ways to Protect Yourself from Skin Cancer
Skin Cancer
Web Exclusives – May 17, 2022
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. Other than sunscreen, many people are unaware of additional ways they can protect themselves and prevent skin cancer.
Immunotherapy a Safe Option in Immunocompromised Patients with Advanced Skin Cancer
ImmunotherapySkin Cancer
July 2021 – Immunotherapy – July 14, 2021
Immunotherapy is showing good results in patients with advanced skin cancer, one of the most common types of cancer diagnosed in the United States.
Libtayo Approved for Some Patients with Basal-Cell Carcinoma
FDA Approvals, News & UpdatesSkin Cancer
April 2021 Vol 7 No 2 – April 16, 2021
The immunotherapy Libtayo is a new treatment option for advanced or metastatic basal-cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer. Libtayo was initially approved for a different type of skin cancer.
Climate Change Plays Havoc on Weather Patterns, and on Skin Cancer Rates
Skin CancerPatient Stories
April 2021 Vol 7 No 2 – April 16, 2021
Mark Ryan, RN, is not worried about the impact of climate change on the weather, but on skin cancer, which he knows first-hand. A decrease in stratospheric ozone requires stringent environmental regulations to prevent cancer, he says.
Tips and Tools for Skin Self-Checks for Early Detection of Skin Cancer
Skin CancerCancer Screening
February 2021 Vol 7 No 1 – February 23, 2021
Dr. Andrew Weinstein, a dermatologist, stresses the importance of monitoring skin changes regularly, giving advice and information regarding skin cancer, the most common cancer in the USA.
Caring for My Husband as He Battles Skin Cancer
CaregiversSkin Cancer
December 2020 Vol 6 No 6 – December 22, 2020
Caring for her husband Bill as he deals with skin cancer, Cathie Balthazor shares the importance of being there to listen to your loved one and care for his or her emotional life.
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