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Scientists Spot What Keeps Moles From Becoming Melanomas

FRIDAY, Aug. 7, 2015 -- A major genetic factor that prevents moles from turning into deadly melanoma skin cancer has been pinpointed by researchers. It's long been known that a mutation in the BRAF ge...

Genetic analysis shows progression of moles to melanoma

Researchers in the USA have mapped the sequence of genetic changes from early skin lesions, such as common moles, to malignant skin cancer...

Arm mole count could indicate skin cancer risk: study

Counting the number of moles on a person's right arm could indicate vulnerability to skin cancer, with 11 or more moles being a "strong predictor" of melanoma, research published Monday...

People with few moles apt to develop deadlier skin cancer, study finds

(HealthDay)—People who have many moles are at increased risk for melanoma skin cancer, but people with fewer moles may be more likely to develop a more aggressive form of the disease, a new study su...

More than 11 moles on arm ‘indicates melanoma risk’

Counting the number of moles found on an arm could be a “very useful tool” for primary care clinicians to determine the number of moles on the entire body and therefore risk of skin cancer.

People With Few Moles Apt to Develop Deadlier Skin Cancer: Study

THURSDAY, Aug. 20, 2015 -- People who have many moles are at increased risk for melanoma skin cancer, but people with fewer moles may be more likely to develop a more aggressive form of the disease, a...

Medical News Today: Number of moles on right arm could predict risk of deadly skin cancer

Researchers suggests the risk of melanoma skin cancer may be predicted by the number of moles a person has on their right arm - a finding they say could be useful for doctors.

Scientists identify key genetic factor that keeps moles from turning into melanoma

Moles are benign tumors found on the skin of almost every adult. Scientists have known for years that a mutation in the BRAF gene makes them start growing, but until now haven't understood why they st...

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Dispelling myths concerning pigmented skin lesions.

The history of medicine is replete with examples of debunked myths, and in daily clinical dermatological practice, we must still counter many misconceptions regarding pigmented lesions, both with pati...

Retrospective analysis of co-occurrence of congenital aortic stenosis and pulmonary artery stenosis in dogs.

The study has focused on the retrospective analysis of cases of coexisting congenital aortic stenosis (AS) and pulmonary artery stenosis (PS) in dogs. The research included 5463 dogs which were referr...

Moles of a Substance per Cell Is a Highly Informative Dosing Metric in Cell Culture.

The biological consequences upon exposure of cells in culture to a dose of xenobiotic are not only dependent on biological variables, but also the physical aspects of experiments e.g. cell number and ...

Flow Cytometric DNA Analysis and Histopathologic Re-Evaluation of Paraffin Embedded Samples from Hydatidiform Moles and Hydropic Abortions.

Distinction of hydatidiform moles (HMs) from non-molar abortions and sub-classification of HMs are important for clinical practice; yet, diagnosis based solely on morphology is affected by interobserv...

Self-reported skin colour and erythemal sensitivity versus objectively measured constitutive skin colour in an African population with predominantly dark skin.

Skin colour is an important factor in skin-related diseases. Accurate determination of skin colour is important for disease prevention and supporting healthy sun behaviour, yet such data are lacking f...

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