skin cancer


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Related to skin cancer: Melanoma Skin Cancer
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Noun1.skin cancer - a malignant neoplasm of the skin
carcinoma - any malignant tumor derived from epithelial tissue; one of the four major types of cancer
cancroid, squamous cell carcinoma - the most common form of skin cancer
epithelioma - a malignant tumor of the epithelial tissue
malignant melanoma, melanoma - any of several malignant neoplasms (usually of the skin) consisting of melanocytes
Translations
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skin cancer

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11, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Although one in five Americans will get skin cancer in their lifetimes, 65 percent of people of color don't believe they are at risk and face lower survival rates as a result.
Nationally, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer over the course of a lifetime--and it appears that some states are doing better than others when it comes to prevention.
com/research/tfdcxc/global_skin) has announced the addition of the "Global Skin Cancer Vaccine Market & Pipeline Insight" report to their offering.
Skin cancer rates have rocketed in Wales over the past decade, due to the growth of the foreign holiday market and people's obsession with the'perfect tan'.
TEN people have been diagnosed with potential skin cancer at a mobile screening unit in Coventry city centre.
Spencer says it's going to take more of that kind of innovative thinking to turn the tide in the battle against skin cancer.
What's more, the concentrations of antioxidants need to be substantial, and they have to protect against sunburn, photo-aging, and skin cancer.
In addition, sunbeds increase the risk of developing skin cancer.
Gangaram Ragi offers treatment and support for patients dealing with skin cancer
Washington, May 5 ( ANI ): In observance of May's Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) has provided tips for prevention and early detection.