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3D Imaging Could be a Breakthrough for Skin Cancer Detection

SINGAPORE: Researchers from Singapore and Germany have developed a new 3D skin imaging technique, which could prove to be a game changer in the detection of non-melanoma skin cancer.

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Hybrid Drug Targets Epigenetic Changes in Melanoma Cells

Actively targeting specific genetic mutations that give rise to cancer is challenging enough for researchers and drug manufacturers, but trying to target changes that arise due to differential expression and regulation of gene products takes the concept of challenging to a new level.

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Role of Tumor-Associated B Cells in Tumor Heterogeneity and Therapy Resistance

Melanoma is a destructive form of skin cancer and treating advanced-stage melanomas is difficult due to the fact that tumors develop resistance to most of the therapies at this stage, including drugs targeting oncogenic BRAFV600E.

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Dirt-dwelling microbe produces potential anti-melanoma weapon

A type of soil-dwelling bacterium produces molecules that induce death in melanoma cells, research at Oregon State University shows.

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