Sun & Skin News: Summer 2013 (Vol. 30, No. 2)
Melanoma survivors are nine times more likely to develop a new melanoma than people who have never had the disease, yet many of them still don’t practice sun protection. More than a quarter of all melanoma survivors don’t use sunscreen, and a sizable percentage don’t seek shade outdoors, according to new research.
When you go for a manicure at your local nail salon, you might take ultraviolet radiation (UVR) into consideration.Read More
Did you know that, despite all their fur, dogs can develop skin cancers? Sun & Skin News discussed canine skin cancer prevention and treatment with Ann E. Hohenhaus, DVM.Read More
I’m scheduled for surgery to remove a basal cell carcinoma. It’s just a small spot, though.Why do I have to have surgery?Read More