Melanoma is the deadliest skin cancer whose rates have doubled over the last three decades, killing approximately 10,130 people annually. More than 90% of melanoma skin cancers develop because of … Continue Reading Researchers identify ‘sunscreen gene’ that suppresses skin cancer.
A main barrier to immune therapy success has been the tumour’s ability to keep the immune system from functioning against the cancer. The immune cells are there, however, like an … Continue Reading Researchers use ‘demethylating’ precision medicine to fight cancer.
Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers, and melanoma, which accounts for 2% of skin cancer cases, is responsible for nearly all skin cancer deaths. Melanoma rates in … Continue Reading Researchers identify the precise trigger of melanoma.
A new collaborative study led by researchers at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute provides new insight into the molecular changes that lead to resistance to a commonly prescribed group of drugs … Continue Reading Researchers identify new epigenetic pathway in drug-resistant melanoma.