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Moles on the skin increase skin cancer risk

Having moles on your skin can quadruple your risk of developing the deadliest type of skin cancer, according to a study presented at the World Congress on Cancers of the Skin in Edinburgh, Scotland. ...

Moles May Be Harbinger of Higher Breast Cancer Risk

TUESDAY, June 10, 2014 -- The number of moles a woman has on her skin may hint at her risk of developing breast cancer, new research suggests. In two separate studies, American and French scientists f...

Moles can quadruple risk of developing melanoma

Having moles on your skin can quadruple your risk of developing melanoma, the deadliest type of skin cancer, according to a study released this week by experts at the University of Melbourne, Universi...

Medical News Today: Can breast cancer risk be predicted by skin moles?

Two new studies find an association between breast cancer and moles. However, the researchers can only hypothesize on the mechanisms driving this association.

Moles linked to breast cancer risk

Women with large numbers of moles on their skin may be at higher risk of breast cancer, research suggests.

What Moles Might Have To Do With Breast Cancer Risk

By Cari Nierenberg, Contributing writer Published: 06/11/2014 10:04 AM EDT on LiveScience The number of moles on a woman's skin may offer some clues to her risk of breast cancer, two new studies ...

Another reason to check your skin: Study links moles to breast cancer risk

New York (Reuters Health) - The number of moles a woman has may be tied to her risk of developing breast cancer, according to two new studies. The studies don’t...

Large number of moles may be linked to breast cancer risk

Women with large numbers of moles on their skin may be at higher risk of breast cancer, research involving thousands of nurses suggests.

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Prevalence of Sarcoptes scabiei Infection in Pet Dogs in Southern China.

Little is known about the prevalence of Sarcoptes scabiei infection in pet dogs in China. In the present study, the prevalence of S. scabiei infection in pet dogs in Guangzhou, southern China, was inv...

Recurrent familial hydatidiform mole - a rare clinical problem.

Familial recurrent hydatidiform mole is a rare event; here we report an unusual case of a gravida 5 aged 29 years, with five recurrent hydatidiform moles and no normal pregnancy. After the fourth mola...

The effects of HIV/AIDS on economic growths and human capitals: a panel study evidence from Asian countries.

Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) affects economic growths by reducing the human capitals are among the most poorly understood aspect of the AIDS epidemic. Th...

Nevus lipomatosus cutaneous superficialis: a rare case report.

Nevus lipomatosus cutaneous superficialis is a rare idiopathic hamartomatous anomaly of the skin characterized by the presence of clusters of mature fat cells among the collagen bundles of the dermis....

Analysis of yellowish skin color from an optical image and the development of 3D Skin Chroma Diagram(™)

This study was conducted to define yellowish skin color, which is a major concern of Asian women, and to develop a 3D skin-pigment color model.

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