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Skin tags are practically harmless cutaneous growths on the skin that are predominantly composed of loose collagen fibers and blood vessels in the epidermis. They are known medically as acrochorda, fibroepithelial polyps, papillomas or soft fibromas and are typically flesh-colored or in some cases darkly pigmented.

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Half of all women with PCOS share a rare gene variant

Half of all women with PCOS share a rare gene variant

Shorter courses of radiation effective for treatment of slow-growing skin cancers

Shorter courses of radiation effective for treatment of slow-growing skin cancers

FDA approves first targeted cancer treatment based on basket study

FDA approves first targeted cancer treatment based on basket study

Thyroxine may overcome mutated thyroid hormone receptor effects

Thyroxine may overcome mutated thyroid hormone receptor effects

BioLineRx gets approval to begin CE Mark registration trial of BL-5010P for skin lesion treatment

BioLineRx gets approval to begin CE Mark registration trial of BL-5010P for skin lesion treatment

Study reveals inner workings of master regulator that controls diverse functions

Study reveals inner workings of master regulator that controls diverse functions

Obama gets clean bill of health

Obama gets clean bill of health

Mayo Clinic provides treatment options for aging skin

Mayo Clinic provides treatment options for aging skin