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Novel microscope can non-invasively diagnose, treat diseases: Study

Researchers said that this microscope, however, is different from previous technology due to its capability to not only digitally scan living tissue, but also treat the tissue by intensifying the heat produced by the laser.

Silicone implants can increase a woman's risk of arthritis, stillbirth and skin cancer, says study

As compared to the women with saline implants, the ones with silicone implants were also found to be at double risk of developing surgical complications as well as at an increased risk of arthritis and skin cancer.

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Artificial Intelligence can detect skin cancer better than dermatologists

The incidence of malignant melanoma is increasing, with an estimated 232,000 new cases worldwide and around 55,500 deaths from the disease each year.

Common BP lowering drugs linked to skin cancer risk

The findings revealed that using medicines that contain hydrochlorothiazide increases the risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma, skin cancer that develops in the cells of the outer layer of the skin, up to seven times.

Apply SPF30 sunscreen to delay onset of skin cancer

Sunscreens are known to prevent skin from burning when exposed to UV sunlight, which is a major risk factor for melanoma -- most serious form of skin cancer.

Eating citrus fruits may increase skin cancer risk

People who consume large amounts of whole grapefruit or orange juice may be at increased risk for melanoma.

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Why pilots face high risk of skin cancer: Study

Aircraft pilots are at considerable risk of skin cancer, as they are more exposed to ultra violet (UV) rays of the sun.

Skin cancer may up risk of other cancers

People who suffer from common skin cancers are at a risk of developing other cancers.

New drugs for hard-to-treat childhood cancers

The drug seems to be effective against every type of cancer cell.

Sunscreen slows skin aging,if used often enough

Even if you're already middle-aged,it's not too late to start rubbing some sunscreen.

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