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Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. It occurs in more than a million people each year, including many older people. There are three main types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Of the three, melanoma is the most serious. Skin cancer occurs when abnormal cells form and multiply in an uncontrolled way in the epidermis, or abnormal cells from the epidermis invade the dermis of the skin. Basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma are skin cancers that are named for the epidermal cells from which they develop.
CD4+ T Cells Revealed as Powerful Cancer Killers

CD4+ T Cells Revealed as Powerful Cancer Killers

Unveiling Epidermal Hemoglobin: A Breakthrough in Skin Research

Unveiling Epidermal Hemoglobin: A Breakthrough in Skin Research

Naked Mole Rat Gene Boosts Mouse Health and Longevity

Naked Mole Rat Gene Boosts Mouse Health and Longevity

Photoacoustic Spectral Analysis Shows Promise for Noninvasive Diagnosis of Tumors

Photoacoustic Spectral Analysis Shows Promise for Noninvasive Diagnosis of Tumors

Gut Microbiome and Enhanced Tumor Immune Response in Pancreatic Cancer Survivors

Gut Microbiome and Enhanced Tumor Immune Response in Pancreatic Cancer Survivors

Clearance of senescent cells by boosting anti-viral immune response

Clearance of senescent cells by boosting anti-viral immune response

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Additional therapeutic maneuver may be needed to stop some metastasized tumors Cancer That...

Using nanoparticles to carry drugs across the blood-brain barrier

Using nanoparticles to carry drugs across the blood-brain barrier

CD5-expressing dendritic cells help to prime T cell responses against cancer

CD5-expressing dendritic cells help to prime T cell responses against cancer

Researchers use artificial human skin to block invasive tumor growth in skin cancer model

Researchers use artificial human skin to block invasive tumor growth in skin cancer model

New approach to clear early stage pre-cancerous tumor cells

New approach to clear early stage pre-cancerous tumor cells

Antibiotics deplete intestinal flora and weaken the immune response

Antibiotics deplete intestinal flora and weaken the immune response

Researchers find active protein in tumor cells might help in new cancer treatments

Researchers find active protein in tumor cells might help in new cancer treatments

Researchers get a complete atlas of zebrafish genetic data for biomedical research

Researchers get a complete atlas of zebrafish genetic data for biomedical research

Research sheds light on mechanism for skin cell death, likely to help treat cancer

Research sheds light on mechanism for skin cell death, likely to help treat cancer

Study uncovers genomic drivers and therapeutic vulnerabilities of transformed cutaneous T-cell lymphoma

Study uncovers genomic drivers and therapeutic vulnerabilities of transformed cutaneous T-cell lymphoma

Microbes hindering cancer therapy seem to play a bigger role than helpful ones

Microbes hindering cancer therapy seem to play a bigger role than helpful ones

TGen collaborates with Deepcell to employ AI for analyzing single cell morphology

TGen collaborates with Deepcell to employ AI for analyzing single cell morphology

Study shows how skin cells act as a firewall against cancer

Study shows how skin cells act as a firewall against cancer

Immune cell patterns can help predict kidney cancer patients' response to immunotherapy

Immune cell patterns can help predict kidney cancer patients' response to immunotherapy

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