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  • Actinic Keratosis (AK) is a type of skin disorder characterised by rough, dry and scaly patches on the skin developed due to long-term sun exposure. They are precancerous (may cause cancer in the future if left untreated) growth and occur mainly ...
  • Moles, medically termed as nevus, nevi or melanocytic nevi, are common skin growth or small lesions of the skin that can grow anywhere on the body such as scalp, lips, ears, cheeks, eyelids or genitals. They are of various shapes, ...
  • Resembling ginger in so many ways, galangal or galanga is a part of the ginger family. The rhizome is known for its ability to heal a number of health problems, without the burden of any side effects. Scientifically termed as Alpinia ...
  • There is good news in the field of skin cancer! A team of Australian researchers have successfully tried a set of treatments to stop melanoma from spreading. The research was successful enough in preventing this condition from metastasizing to other organs ...
  • People suffering from movement disorder Parkinson's disease may also be at high risk of developing skin cancer melanoma and vice-a-versa.Researchers from Mayo Clinic found that overall, patients with Parkinson's were roughly four times more likelier to have had a history of ...
  • Melanoma, commonly known as skin cancer is not something that we usually bother much about. Excessive exposure to sun, environmental hazards, radiation exposure and hereditary are very common causes of melanoma. Anyone can get melanoma, but those with fair skin and ...
  • They"re the latest fad, and the coolest footwear in the hot summer season, giving you the much desired casual look, but according to experts, the much-loved flip-flops can put people at risk of developing skin cancer on their feet. ...
  • A study at University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) has cited that the combination of two different biotherapies may turn out to be more beneficial for patients with inoperable melanoma. The researchers used two biotherapies, treatments that stimulate the immune system ...
  • British scientists from the Peninsula Medical School in Cornwall have made a breakthrough in cancer treatment by developing a modified photodynamic therapy (PDT) treatment that can destroy cancer cells without harming the surrounding tissue. A cream is applied directly ...
  • Researchers in Australia have discovered a range of new treatments for melanoma – a type of skin cancer - that could wipe out the disease within a week. ...
 
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