Dysplastic Nevi News and Research

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Atypical moles, otherwise known as dysplastic nevi, are known to increase the risk of certain types of skin cancer, namely, melanomas. These cancers are becoming more common all over the world, and currently make up 4 percent of skin cancers. They are responsible for the death of 8 out of 10 people with a cutaneous malignancy.
Dermatologist recommends monthly self-exams to catch melanoma early

Dermatologist recommends monthly self-exams to catch melanoma early

NeoGenomics' fourth-quarter revenue up 32%

NeoGenomics' fourth-quarter revenue up 32%

Six factors independently predicted melanoma risk

Six factors independently predicted melanoma risk

Melanoma patients with a positive family history and/or dysplastic nevi were found to be at higher risk for multiple primary melanomas

Melanoma patients with a positive family history and/or dysplastic nevi were found to be at higher risk for multiple primary melanomas

Patients with a family history of multiple melanoma skin cancer are at increased risk of multiple primary melanomas

Patients with a family history of multiple melanoma skin cancer are at increased risk of multiple primary melanomas