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09/04/2021 - Sun but not vitamin D may reduce COVID risk
Exposure to sun may have helped reduce mortality from COVID-19 – but vitamin D is probably not the explanation, according to a new UK study published today. More

01/04/2021 - Melanoma linked to high testosterone in men
There may be a link between high levels of testosterone in the blood and increased risk of melanoma in men, according to a new analysis. More

27/01/2021 - Hope for end to melanoma rates growth
The growth in melanoma incidence in young adults has “stabilised” this century, suggesting that public health messages may have had some success, according to a new UK study. More

22/01/2021 - Dermatological map could lead to new treatments
A newly created skin cell map offers a “huge leap” in understanding of disease and could pave the way for potential drug treatments for painful skin diseases, British researchers say. More

11/11/2020 - Investigation into acne medicine
An investigation has been launched into the acne medicine isotretinoin amid concerns about its psychiatric and sexual side-effects. More

30/10/2020 - Hope for new psoriasis treatment
A possible new therapy for psoriasis has shown promise, a European conference has heard. More

21/08/2020 - Surge in melanoma skin cancer death rates
Melanoma skin cancer death rates in the UK have increased 150% since the 1970s, with men being affected more, according to new analysis by Cancer Research UK. More

05/03/2020 - Study reveals melanoma risk for bereaved individuals
People who lose their partner are less likely to be diagnosed with melanoma - but have an increased risk of dying from the disease, according to UK/Danish research. More

11/02/2020 - Skin cancer diagnosis apps are poorly regulated and unreliable
Smartphone apps used to diagnose skin cancer are poorly regulated and are often unreliable, British experts warn today. More

03/01/2020 - How bariatric surgery cuts melanoma risk
People who undergo bariatric surgery face a "distinct" reduction in risk of developing malignant melanoma, according to a new study. More

06/08/2019 - New genes linked to allergic syndromes
Some 141 genetic regions "largely" explain the genetic risks of asthma, hay fever and eczema, Swedish researchers have reported. More

18/02/2019 - How tobacco increases melanoma risk
Smokers are much more vulnerable to the effects of melanoma than are non-smokers, according to a study conducted in the north of England. More

07/02/2019 - Heart protection from psoriasis drugs
Treating patients for severe psoriasis also helps reduce their cardiovascular disease risk, researchers have reported. More

04/02/2019 - Skin cancer hijacks the immune system
Invasive skin cancer releases molecules that reprogramme healthy immune cells, enabling the disease to spread, British researchers have reported. More

05/11/2018 - Melanoma death rates in men increase
Increasing numbers of men are dying from malignant melanoma, while the rates are steady or falling for women, according to new analysis. More

05/10/2018 - 'Old' antibiotic could treat melanoma
An old antibiotic could help to treat melanoma, British researchers have reported. More

25/07/2018 - Sunscreen protection overestimated
People who use sunscreen often receive less protection than they expect, researchers warn today. More

29/05/2018 - AI may aid melanoma diagnosis
An artificial intelligence system has beaten dermatologists for the first time at identifying malignant melanomas, it was announced last night. More

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

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