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Women who have non-melanoma skin cancers are more likely to have smoked cigarettes compared to women without skin cancer.
Over the past quarter century in Australia, cancer incidence rates have increased while deaths from cancer have steadily decreased.
Men are three times more likely than women to develop a common form of skin cancer but medical science doesn’t know why.
Certain patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may have an increased risk of skin cancer, which is intensified by the use of immunosuppressant medications.
The Doctors Health Press, a publisher of various natural health newsletters books and reports, including the popular online Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin, is reporting that researchers found
An extraordinary breakthrough in understanding what stops a common form of skin cancer from developing could make new cancer treatments and prevention available to the public in five years.
A new study published this week suggests that a link may exist between radon exposure and non-melanoma skin cancer.