Skin cancer

According to the World Health Organisation both non-melanoma and melanoma skin cancers have been increasing over the past decades; we are now facing an epidemic of these conditions. How did we get to this stage? Various initiatives including the ABCDE of melanoma have been developed by prestigious institutions to improve awareness and diagnosis but there is still no improvement in the prevalence of melanoma. Why is prevention apparently not effective and how hopeful does the future look? In this section we are aiming to provide a skin cancer focus in our daily bibliography coverage.

Great editorial by @linos_eleni @DrSherryPagoto for behavioral counseling for #skincancer. Behavior changes is key…

7:23am May 12 2018 —

Is teledermoscopy cost-effective in Australia for skin cancer referrals? #SkinCancerAwarenessMonth #skincancer

5:59am May 10 2018 —

1:19pm May 7 2018 —

Teens, Tweets, and Tanning Beds: Rethinking the Use of Social Media for #SkinCancer Prevention…

12:04pm May 7 2018 —

Hydrochlorothiazide and #Skin Cancer: Raise the Red Flag… #dermatology #dermatologia #skincancer via @Medscape

7:07am May 6 2018 —

Nearly 50 people present with rare eye cancer – ocular melanoma… #skincancer #dermatology #dermatologia

2:14pm May 3 2018 —

Hidden costs of skin cancer caused by workplace sun exposure revealed… #skincancer #dermatology #dermatologia

1:56pm Apr 26 2018 —

Study highlights impact of early detection on skin cancer survival… #skincancer #dermatology #dermatologia

1:55pm Apr 26 2018 —

RT @JAMADerm: An aggressive #melanoma type (#nodularmelanoma) can be detected at an earlier stage by whole body skin examination by physici…

12:44am Apr 25 2018 —

10:34am Apr 23 2018 —