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Can aspirin help prevent skin cancer?

Research published by the Journal of Investigative Dermatology has revealed that regularly taking anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin or ibuprofen can help lower the risk of developing skin cancer. Read more

New smartphone app can detect 70% of skin cancer cases

It’s common for us to read news stories and articles about the rising number of skin cancer cases, especially within the United Kingdom. The UK’s health service actually spends more then £100 million every year diagnosing and treating individual cases of skin cancer on British patients, but all this looks set to change. Read more

Decline in skin cancer rates starts in Australia

With most skin cancer news only being of significantly increased diagnosis rates of late, it’s good news that Australia seems to be the first country reporting a small drop in the number of skin cancer cases being diagnosed. Read more

Experts tell of a ‘tidalwave’ of melanoma

Experts have said that skin cancer cases have increased by a whopping 250% over the last 30 years. Read more

Rare skin cancer can be caused without UV rays

Scientists have found out more about the genetic make-up of the rare acral melanoma, a type of skin cancer which is genetically distinct from other more common types of skin cancer. Read more

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