Tag: skin cancer

Squamous cell skin cancer

Skin Cancer Risk in Immunosuppressed Patients

Education, prevention strategies and monitoring serves this at-risk group

advanced skin cancer
May 11, 2023/Cancer/Innovations

Immunotherapy a Game Changer for Case of Advanced Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Patient able to avoid surgery and radiation despite having rapidly growing mass

Nasal examination

Case Studies: The Challenges of Nasal Reconstruction

Two cases — both tremendously different in their level of complexity — illustrate the core principles of nasal reconstruction

January 20, 2023/Cancer/Research

Practice-Changing Discovery for Treating BRAFV600-Mutant Melanoma

Immunotherapy is preferred initial treatment for majority of patients


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November 2, 2022/Cancer/Research

Questions Remain about When to Employ Immunotherapy for Resected High-Risk Melanoma

Timing of adjuvant immunotherapy unclear for maximum overall survival

October 4, 2017/Cancer

Cleveland Clinic Starts Shared Medical Appointments for Early Stage Melanoma Patients

A clinical nurse specialist leads the appointments

December 23, 2015/Cancer/Research

Identifying a Novel Signaling Pathway in Skin Cancer

A potential cancer therapeutic target

melanoma cancer program
March 25, 2015/Cancer/News & Insight

Cleveland Clinic’s Melanoma Program Enters Promising Era

New director describes treatment advances, future directions

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