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How Pain and Itching Signal Skin Cancer | Men's Health

Skin cancer doesn’t always announce itself with the sudden appearance of a big, black weird-looking mole. An itch that doesn’t go away or a feeling of tenderness in a lesion might be red flags for certain kinds of skin cancer, found a study from the Temple University School of Medicine.The researchers found that itching and pain were frequent complaints in squamous cell and basal cell carcinomas, the two most common forms of skin cancers. 333 more words


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Giliead Sciences has been criticized for the high price of sofosbuvir, the new hepatitis C virus drug. 406 more words

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