Category: Skin Cancer

Researchers Find Promise in New Skin Cancer Vaccine

April 26th, 2023
The risk of recurrence of a deadly skin cancer was reduced by nearly half when patients were treated with a mRNA vaccine and the immunotherapy drug Keytruda, according to a new study. New Skin Cancer Vaccine has Potential The trial focused on a person… more »

New Melanoma Treatment Major Advance in Cancer Treatment

December 14th, 2022
An experimental treatment for advanced melanoma is set to be the next major advance in cancer treatment, experts say. New Treatment for Melanoma The results of a Phase 3 clinical trial showed that the treatment which uses a super concentrated boost of… more »

What's the Best Sunscreen for Your Skin?

June 4th, 2014
Have conflicting reports left you confused about the best sunscreen? Some may have left you wondering whether you should wear sunscreen at all. Finding the right sunscreen for your skin type is important for a healthy summer. Your Sunscreen, Your Skin,… more »

July is UV Safety Month

July 10th, 2013
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun are the main cause of skin cancer. Insurance Administrator of America wants you to be safe this summer by participating in UV Safety Month. UV Safety… more »

Don't Forget the Sunscreen: Keeping Your Skin Safe

April 25th, 2012
Temperatures are rising which means summer is fast approaching. All you can think about are those weekends you'll spend at the beach or local swimming pool. Just don't forget the suntan lotion. You do use suntan lotion, right? If you don't, you may be p… more »