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Patricio Serra Sep 18
Our ESMO poster has been published!
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Ankita Jha Sep 18
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European Cancer Moonshot Lund Center 58m
Cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide. This is why we work tirelessly to drive forward results focused research, to help treat cancer patients on a global scale.
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Adriana Hepner Sep 20
Another great data on ICI resistant advanced I had the pleasure to collaborate with during my fellowship 👀 Mini Oral Session
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Ahmad Tarhini Sep 24
Suboptimal Real-World Outcomes for Metastatic Patients Receiving 2nd Line Therapy as presented at - 1010 patients included. - Data from >150 academic and community sites in the US. Proud to be part of this effort and this team (The NOBLE Study Series).
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Melanoma Australia Sep 20
Melanoma patients & their carers are invited to take part in an anonymous study exploring support services to assist with coping with melanoma diagnosis, treatment & survivorship. Read more & participate now at
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Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research Sep 22
Do innate killing mechanisms activated by have a role in treating ? Inflammasomes have evolved to fight different infections & can recruit cytotoxic mechanisms that remain poorly understood. They may be exploited for treatment 👇🏽
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CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians 24h
Multidisciplinary teams are essential to the care of patients with metastatic . Read the first paper from our new Virtual Tumor Board series examining a patient's success story:
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Susan Hughes 2h
Did you know this fact? Schedule your full-body skin screening today!
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Fox Chase Cancer Center 22h
Don't miss "Together Facing " LIVE now. Learn more about treatment options, screening, genetic testing, and the latest research in this field. Watch here: .
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Homeopathy Plus! 9h
Study: Melanoma Cells "Suicide". When exposed to this remedy melanoma cells were more likely to implode without harming surrounding cells. A "remarkable" reduction in their ability to spread then followed. Subscribe:
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Fox Chase Cancer Center Sep 21
Join us this Thursday for Together Facing . This event will feature a panel of Fox Chase clinicians & scientists discussing treatment options & recent advances in the field. Learn more and register here: .
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Derm.City 7m
Individuals who develop pale, amelanotic are more likely to be carriers of one copy of a mutation that causes albinism, according to findings from the University of Queensland.
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Immuno-Oncology Insights 7h
“Sandwich” approach to treatment shows potential:
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Stage Free Melanoma Sep 24
It only takes 1mm deep for Melanoma to travel to your lymph nodes, internal organs and brain. 1mm is roughly the size of the point of a sharpened pencil lead.
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Marc Moncrieff Sep 22
Exciting programme this year with an outstanding lineup of speakers for the virtual Melanoma Focus Conference A diverse series of talks to suit all professionals treating Registration still open.
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Cheryl Desgrange Sep 23
From insatiable thirst to loss of appetite to unexpected weight loss these health symptoms are your body's way of saying that you should see your doctor.
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Hugo Góngora Jara MD Sep 22
Black (or Brown - pigmented) and White (amelanotic) "faces" of Melanoma cells. Look at "the eyes" (nuclei and nucleoli). Brain Metastases.
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Krauthammer Lab Sep 23
Our collaborative paper on the discovery of the third frequent driver mutation in melanoma (RAC1 P29S) just hit the 1000 citation mark on google scholar
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melanomanetwork Sep 20
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