Skin Cancer | Topics

 
Looking at MCC Diagnoses Over Time Reveal Varying Effects Account for Incidence Rates
January 11, 2021

A study published in JAMA Dermatology found changes in diagnostics and awareness may, in part, account for initial increases in incidence rates for Merkel cell carcinoma.

Study Finds Incidence Rates of cSCC Continue to Increase, Especially Among Females
November 16, 2020

Study investigators indicated that these results call for the need to revise skin cancer health policies to be able to handle the increasing burden of keratinocyte carcinoma management.

Topical Immunosuppressants Drugs Don’t Increase Risk of Common Skin Cancers, Despite Warning Labels
October 05, 2020

A study published in JAMA Dermatology determined that topical immunosuppressant medications used to treat adult patients with atopic dermatitis do not increase the risk of common forms of cancer despite warning labels on the packaging.