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Study: Higher Rates Of Skin Cancer Among Gay, Bisexual Men

ATLANTA (CBS Atlanta) — Gay and bisexual men have higher rates of skin cancer than straight men, according to new research.

Researchers found the prevalence of skin cancer among gay and bisexual men was roughly 4 to 7 percent, compared to 3 percent among heterosexual men, as reported by… 139 more words


Instructions to Find a Clinic for Skin Cancer Screening

Skin cancer screenings are essential all together for the individuals who may experience the ill effects of skin cancer for right on time location. Numerous screening focuses are situated all through the United States, and numerous significant urban communities contain a few workplaces. 378 more words

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Tanning Bed Use Higher for Gay Men, Higher Rates of Skin Cancer

There’s a new study indicating that sexual orientation could put you at higher risk for skin cancer when using indoor tanning devices. The study was… 208 more words


See ya later Basal Cell Carcinoma

It took months but the basal cell carcinoma was finally removed from my nose yesterday! I am so thankful it was much smaller than everyone expected and did not require a composite graft, where they would have taken part of my ear and sewn it to my nose – very Van Gogh. 554 more words

Can You Claim Workers' Compensation for Skin Problems?

Some workers suffer from skin conditions due to exposure to harmful chemicals at the workplace.

Just because a skin disease is not a sudden injury does not mean it is excluded from workers’ compensation.  404 more words

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The Health Risk Gay Men and Young, Straight Women Have in Common

By Alan Mozes
HealthDay Reporter

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 7, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Indoor tanning is far more popular among gay and bisexual men than it is among heterosexual men, a fact that may explain why they also have higher skin cancer rates, new research suggests. 604 more words

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Horizon In-licenses Oncology Programme from Servier and Enters Option Agreement

Horizon Discovery Group plc, the international life science company supplying research tools and services that power genomics research and the development of personalised medicines, has announced that its leveraged business unit has signed a programme in-licensing and option agreement with Servier, the independent French research-based pharmaceutical company. 449 more words