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ctDNA Predicted Early Relapse in Resected Stage II/III Melanoma

Levels of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) predicted worse outcomes including relapse and survival in patients with resected stage II/III melanoma, according to the results of a study published in Annals of Oncology.

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Dr. Soyer Discusses the Role of Technology in Melanoma

Peter Soyer, MD, academic dermatologist, professor, The University of Queensland Diamantina Institute, discusses the role of technology in melanoma.

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Posted in Melanoma In The News, OncLive Videos

Not just gut bugs: Our microbiomes can even affect cancer treatments

Scientists are figuring out that our microbiomes — those multitudes of bacteria, viruses and fungi in our guts — affect far more than digestion.

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Posted in Melanoma In The News, Information, Patient Information

Slip, slop, slap: Why are we are not getting the message?

LAUNCHED in 1981, the Slip, Slop, Slap campaign for sun protection quickly became a mantra firmly entrenched in the minds of most Australians.

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