Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

During the spring and summer months, people are more likely to reach for shorts, tank tops and bathing suits before heading outside. Clothes that offer less coverage means more skin is exposed to the sun’s harmful rays. This puts you at a higher risk of sunburn, premature aging and melanoma. If you spend any time…Read More »

Medical Breakthrough For Recurrent Melanoma Patients

Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer, with more than 75,000 people diagnosed each year. Imlygic®, a new oncolytic viral therapy recently approved by the Food & Drug Administration,  helps to fight skin cancer in patients with melanoma recurrence after initial surgery. Read more about advancements in the treatment of melanoma in the following article: New…Read More »

Common Cancer Types

Cancer develops when abnormal cells grow and multiply abnormally, leading to cancerous tumor growth. Cancer manifests in many forms, but there are some cancers that are far more common than others. Warning signs of cancer that you should look out for include: A new lump or growth Abnormal bleeding Prolonged cough Unexplained weight loss Change…Read More »