Dermatology - Study shows how a subset of T cells is generated in melanoma survivors affected by vitiligo
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 Algorithm for skin cancer diagnosis performs on par with dermatologistsAlgorithm for skin cancer diagnosis performs on par with dermatologists
 
A study has now been presented that boosts the evidence for using AI solutions in skin cancer diagnostics.
 
   Study shows how a subset of T cells is generated in melanoma survivors affected by vitiligoStudy shows how a subset of T cells is generated in melanoma survivors affected by vitiligo
 
A few patients suffering from melanoma are known to respond quite well to immunotherapy and experience significant and long-lasting tumor regression.
 
   Universal strain of bacteria derived from healthy human skin can treat eczemaUniversal strain of bacteria derived from healthy human skin can treat eczema
 
In a new study out of University of California San Diego School of Medicine, researchers have identified a universal strain of bacteria derived from healthy human skin that can treat the most common type of eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis.
 
   Certain immune cells unexpectedly change their behavior to cause psoriasis lesionsCertain immune cells unexpectedly change their behavior to cause psoriasis lesions
 
Millions of people suffer from psoriasis, a chronic, autoimmune disorder that causes scaly patches on the skin and often precedes psoriatic arthritis. While no cure exists, treatments range from topical creams to injected medications that block inflammation.
 
   Study explains the link between psoriasis treatment and cardiovascular diseasesStudy explains the link between psoriasis treatment and cardiovascular diseases
 
Patients with psoriasis, an autoimmune skin disorder, often have cardiovascular disorders as well. Hence, it is important for patients and clinicians to understand how treatments for psoriasis may influence cardiovascular disease risks.