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Dermatologist Naiara Sbroggio Barbosa, M.D., explains how people with darker skin tones can protect themselves from skin cancer.
Men are more likely to die from melanoma than women. Learn the risk factors for melanoma and how to reduce your risk.
The story of how Dawn Botsford conquered melanoma with the support of her family, her Mayo Clinic care team and a clinical trial.
Sabrina Falcon's treatment for a hidden basal cell tumor required the removal of most of her nose followed by nasal reconstruction.
Dermatologist Dr. Jason Sluzevich discusses the importance of skin checks and talking to your health care provider if you notice changes in your moles.
Learn about lymph node biopsies to detect the spread of melanoma and how cancer experts are working to improve the procedure.
Researchers used a new immunotherapy technique that combines chimeric antigen receptor-T cell therapy, or CAR-T cell therapy, with a cancer-killing virus to more effectively target and treat solid cancer tumors in mouse models.
Researchers validated a diagnostic test for melanoma that combines genetic information from a skin biopsy with other characteristics to show whether patients are at risk of their cancer spreading.
Findings from a recent Mayo Clinic study suggest that knowledge of skin cancer risk could influence risky behavior, such as tanning bed use.
Physician assistant Casey Swanson responds to a question about cancer risk and genetic testing for a BRCA2 mutation.