Researchers are exploring whether certain ingredients in sunscreen might actually fail to prevent melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer.
We know all about the importance of wearing sunscreen and hats. But are YOU protected from skin cancer?
In a surprising turn of events, Michael Jackson, the self-described "King of Pop" has postponed his much-anticipated London concert series. While the official reason is not known, The Telegraph of London is reporting that Jackson is secretly fighting skin cancer.The first concert of the "This Is It" tour that was set for July 8th is being moved back five nights to July 13th. The other concerts that were to be held this year, are now set for 2010 according to Billboard: 10th July will be moved to 1st March 2010 12th July will be moved to 3rd March 2010 14th July will be moved to 6th March 2010 Those who have purchased tickets and can't make the show will be refunded in full.While some news outlets have reported no official cause of the concert delays, and others claim skin cancer which they say Jackson denies is the reason, The Sun explained in full on May 16th that Jackson is fighting skin cancer, but at the time he expected to go ahead with his concert schedule as it stood then. According to a source for The Sun, Jackson said he would fit the treatment around the concerts, but it seems Jackson may have changed his mind.Today, May 20th, Jackson walked out of Bedford Medical in Virginia, which is known for its treatment of skin cancer declaring "I have nothing to hide."The Concerts Are Jackson's ComebackJackson, commonly the focus of reports of bizarre behavior, is still a very popular singer for his library of hits that span four decades. I first saw him in August of 1972 at the Chicago Amphitheater when he was the child star of the Jackson Five. I feel like I've grown up with the man and love his music, even as I watched him alter his face to something south of Diana Ross, drop out of a number of well-publicized marriages, and allow his inner child to take over a bit too much. I hope he beats this cancer. I really do. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Skin Cancer specialist and plastic surgeon Dr. Steve Antrobus expalins how to prevent skin cancer.
Skin Cancer specialist and plastic surgeon Dr. Steve Antrobus explains how to best treat skin cancer.
*******www.drsteiger****/procedures/reconstruction.html MOHS reconstruction was performed to repair a hole on the nose created after skin cancer was removed from the nose. Local flap reconstruction of the nose was performed by Dr. Steiger. Before and after photos are shown.
*******www***smeticlaserskinsurgery**** Dr. Cameron Rokhsar, New York based skin cancer surgeon, discusses the prevention, detection and treatment of various forms of skin cancer including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, squameous cell carcinoma and actinic keratosis on ABC's Good Morning America. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer.
Summer is here and it's time to think about sun protection. Dr. Darrel Rigel says follow these simple steps to lower your chances of getting Skin Cancer.
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Dermatologist Brooklyn, NY, Dr. Elliot Ghatan explains age spots (also known as sun spots, liver spots, and brown skin spots) to maturing skin care patients. Age spots are commonly a sign of sun damage and are usually not serious. Irregular, dark spots that increase in size or change color, may be an indication of skin cancer and should be screened by a dermatologist. An impaired liver or poor diet could also be the source of age spots. Laser treatment is an effective remedy for a few age spots that may need to be removed. For skin care patients with several age spots, a few sessions may be necessary to completely remove them. Dermatologist Brooklyn, NY, Dr. Elliot Ghatan can treat complexions of all types at Aesthetic Surgery & Dermatology of Brooklyn NY. For more videos visit *******www.youtube****/user/eliotghatan
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Skin cancer patients whose childhood included periods of neglect or maltreatment are at a much greater risk for their cancers to return when they face a major stressful event, based on a new study. The research suggests that such experiences during a person’s youth can set a lower level of immune response for life, which in turn might make them more susceptible to the kind of cancers that are often successfully fought by the immune system, so-called immunogenic tumors. While the research focused on patients with a fairly benign form of skin cancer -- basal cell carcinoma (BCC) -- the findings appear as a warning for patients to be more vigilant in concerns over their health for the rest of their lives. The study appears in the June 4, 2012, issue of the journal Archives of General Psychiatry and is the latest in three decades of research linking stress and immunity that have been led by investigators at Ohio State University’s Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research (IBMR).