Skin Cancer - New microbiopsy device could change the way skin cancers are diagnosed
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 Skin cancer patients could have better prognosis with stronger T cell receptor signal strengthSkin cancer patients could have better prognosis with stronger T cell receptor signal strength
 
New research led by the University of Birmingham suggests that skin cancer patients could have a better prognosis if their T cells send messages from five specific genes in their immune response to drugs given to treat the disease.
 
   New microbiopsy device could change the way skin cancers are diagnosedNew microbiopsy device could change the way skin cancers are diagnosed
 
A skin microbiopsy device developed by researchers at The University of Queensland, that takes tissue samples smaller than 0.5mm in diameter, could change the way skin cancers and other skin conditions are diagnosed and monitored.
 
   What is Healthy Skin?What is Healthy Skin?
 
Everyone wants to achieve healthy and glowing skin, but what actually is healthy skin?
 
 What are the Health Risks of Sunbeds?
 
What are the Health Risks of Sunbeds?This article discusses the potential health effects of tanning beds, commonly used to expose individual skin to ultraviolet radiation to increase melanin production.
 
 
 Direct-to-consumer machine learning model incorrectly classifies rare, aggressive skin cancers
 
Direct-to-consumer machine learning model incorrectly classifies rare, aggressive skin cancersA new study has found that a direct-to-consumer machine learning model for detecting skin cancers incorrectly classified rare and aggressive cancers as low-risk.
 
 
 New insights into molecular mechanisms that underpin the body's natural defenses against skin cancer
 
New insights into molecular mechanisms that underpin the body's natural defenses against skin cancerA study published today in Cell Reports reveals important insights into the molecular mechanisms that underpin the body's natural defenses against the development of skin cancer.