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Oncology follow up today

Not in the best right now. I can lift 10 pounds now, I have some exercises for the tightness in the muscle under my arm that is restricting some of my moments, but I still can’t drive more than 50 miles. 557 more words

Cancer spread is increased by a high fat diet, ground-breaking evidence shows: Researchers discover new cancer spreading protein

A study partly funded by UK charity Worldwide Cancer Research and headed by Professor Salvador Aznar Benitah, at the Institute for Research in Barcelona (IRB) have identified for the first time a specific protein called CD36 on cancer cells which have the ability to metastasize (spread). 658 more words

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Ask the Doctor: Melanoma risks


NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — In this week’s Ask the Doctor segment, we are talking the risks of melanoma.

For more insight, News 8’s Darren Kramer spoke with Dr. 82 more words

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Study: Age restrictions on tanning could save lives

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — For years, doctors have been warning about the dangers of tanning beds. But for the first time, we’re getting a look at how many lives could have been saved if there was an age restriction on using them. 127 more words

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But I Drink Red Wine...

Not sure if many of you saw the recent study that shows an increased risk of melanoma for white wine drinkers. I tried to find the least technical article to break down what the study results actually say, and I think this… 247 more words

Skin Cancer

Running through melanoma ... and lots of other crap

The snow started falling when we were in the beginning miles of the half marathon on Dec. 4. It was the “Last Call” half, the last chance to PR (set a personal record), last chance to give it your all, last chance to prove yourself as a runner. 832 more words

How to check your skin

It’s important to get to know your skin and what is normal for you. Skin cancers rarely hurt and are usually flat. The sooner a skin cancer is identified and treated, the better your  outcome.   261 more words

Skin Cancer