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'Real Housewives of Orange County' Star Tamra Judge Is Battling Melanoma
"I don’t want sympathy."
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Experts May Disagree On Skin Cancer Diagnoses
Pathology is not an exact science.
ESPN's Holly Rowe Says Her Cancer Has Returned
The network has renewed her contract as she battles cancer and keeps working.
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After His Wife's Death, Man Still Uses The Last Coffee Can She Bought
"When he runs out, he puts his new coffee into the old can and never changes spoons."
U.S. Melanoma Rates Keep Rising
One in 54 Americans will develop invasive melanoma – the rarest and deadliest type of skin cancer – in their lifetime.
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Andy Cohen Reveals Skin Cancer Diagnosis On 'Live With Kelly'
Kelly Ripa urged the "Watch What Happens Live" host to get a spot on his lip checked out.
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I Spent Years Avoiding The Sun, And Melanoma Found Me Anyway
Writer. Mother. Wife. Truth-teller. Victim Advocate.
It’s never a good sign when they ask if you can come back that very day for surgery.
Minimizing Your Risk Of Melanoma -- The Deadliest Form Of Skin Cancer
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The Day Advanced Melanoma Cancer Changed Our Life Path
Danielle Buirge-van Dreumel
Our Journey Against Advanced Melanoma
Until October 2015 arrived, then our world changed to never be the same again. Johnny had noticed a lump under his arm and
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Simple Steps to Protect Yourself from Melanoma Skin Cancer
Jim T. Miller
Syndicated columnist, NBC Today contributor and creator of Sav...
Does skin cancer run in families? My 63-year-old brother died of melanoma last year, and I'm wondering about my risks of getting this. What can you tell me?
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Let's Talk About Melanoma (And Why Protecting Your Skin is Worth It)
Some people think that having darker skin means you will not get melanoma. This is not just a myth; it is a dangerous misconception. The truth is, melanoma doesn't discriminate. All types of skin need protecting.
What I Didn't Expect to Get From Cancer
Sales rep, small business owner, mom to 3 kids under 5 years, ...
When you wade through the flood waters you will find that although cancer itself is not a gift, it most certainly gives you things.
Even If You Don't Have Moles, You're Still At Risk For Melanoma
Moles only tell part of the story.
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Going Tanning At An Early Age Linked To Heightened Melanoma Risk
Indoor tanning can have deadly consequences.
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This Kind Of Skin Cancer Is More Deadly For Pregnant Women
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What iPhone Data Can Teach Doctors About Autism, Epilepsy And More
There's an app for everything these days.
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Antioxidant Supplements May Accelerate Melanoma Spread
The narrative that certain compounds are unconditionally good for you is probably a wrong narrative.
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Happy Birthday, Jimmy Carter!
The former president is 91 years old.
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Why President Carter's Melanoma Announcement Was Groundbreaking
Thank you, President Carter.
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Everything You Need To Know About Protecting Your Skin From The Summer Sun
Melanoma Rates Have Doubled Since The 1980s. Here's What You Can Do.
These Two Drugs Are Giving Doctors New Hope For Long-Term Cancer Treatment
Making The Case For An 'After Hours' Sunscreen
Rise In Skin Cancer May Be Linked To Cheap Vacation Packages
Isn't it Time to Put Pre-Prom Tanning to Bed?
Boston-based green-living expert, blogger, radio personality a...
As parents, it's our job, not only to apply sunblock to our babies, but to educate our teens and ourselves about sun safety.
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