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11/12/2017 - Melanoma genes may indicate broader risk
People who have family members with inherited mutations linked to risk of melanoma also have an increased risk of the disease themselves – even if they do not carry the genetic variants, a new Swedish study has shown. More

25/08/2017 - Leprosy research breakthrough
British and US researchers have made a breakthrough in the study of leprosy - explaining for the first time how the disease causes its damage, it was announced last night. 1 comments More

23/03/2017 - Solar power breakthrough for artificial skin
Scientists have developed "solar-powered" prosthetic skin as they seek to mimic the properties of real skin, it was announced today. More

30/01/2017 - High melanoma deaths ‘due to ageing population’
Melanoma death rates will reduce from their current rates by 2050 – but an ageing population will mean that the number of people dying from the disease will continue to be high, a conference has heard. More

14/11/2016 - Acne bacterium clue to skin protection
A skin bacterium thought to be linked to acne may protect against a range of diseases, including sun damage, according to Swedish researchers. More

04/10/2016 - Surgeons launch cosmetic surgery safety campaign
Surgeons have launched a new campaign to ensure patients are safe when they choose cosmetic surgery. More

12/09/2016 - Immunotherapy boosts cancer survival
A new immunotherapy treatment could “revolutionise” cancer treatment after a trial with patients with pancreatic cancer delivered dramatic results, researchers say after reporting the results of a new trial. More

05/08/2016 - Gene combinations linked to cancer risk
Researchers have shown how combinations of genetic variations can contribute to increased cancer risk, it was announced last night. More

01/08/2016 - Vigilance call as melanoma cases increase
The number of patients registered as diagnosed with melanoma annually has nearly trebled in two decades in the UK, according to new figures. More

29/07/2016 - Hope for new anti-bacterial wound cream
A new skin cream could boost the effectiveness of wound care in preventing bacterial infection, researchers at Sheffield University have reported. More

13/07/2016 - Skin cancer-gene link uncovered
Genes linked to red hair and freckles are closely linked to mutations that cause melanoma, British researchers reported last night. More

30/06/2016 - Test predicts sepsis following burns
A new test could help clinicians identify burns victims at risk of developing sepsis, according to researchers in Birmingham. More

13/06/2016 - Therapy hope for juvenile dermatomyositis
Researchers have made a breakthrough in the treatment of a rare autoimmune disease that affects children. More

24/05/2016 - Refugees need dermatologists, conference told
Dermatologists have been urged to get involved with Europe's refugee crisis to prevent the spread of skin disease. More

29/04/2016 - Rosacea- dementia link uncovered
A link between rosacea and the development of dementia has been uncovered in a new Danish study. More

31/03/2016 - Cancer project finds venous malformation gene
Cancer researchers have stumbled on a genetic cause of venous malformations, it was announced last night. More

15/03/2016 - HIV drug could aid melanoma care
An HIV drug can improve the treatment of melanoma, according to researchers at the University of Manchester, UK. More

09/03/2016 - No benefit from hypoallergenic formula milk
Formula milk intended to cut the risk of eczema and allergies is not effective, researchers say today. More

26/02/2016 - Warning over steam inhalation treatment for children
Children are at risk of burns if they undergo steam inhalation to relieve the symptoms of respiratory tract infection and congestion, specialists warned today. More

09/02/2016 - Sun exposure has risks and benefits - guidance
Public health campaigns on the risks of sun exposure need to emphasise potential benefits, according to guidelines published today. More

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