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Dermatology Times eNews

Dermatology Times eNews


March 7, 2012


Inhibitor thwarts vemurafenib resistance

Tampa, Fla. — Results of a new study indicate that the XL888 inhibitor can prevent resistance to vemurafenib (Zelboraf, Hoffman-La Roche), a drug widely used for treating melanoma patients. » More


Male pattern baldness linked to prostate problems

Granada, Spain — Spanish researchers have found that early-onset androgenetic alopecia (AGA), commonly known as male pattern baldness, may be a marker of urinary symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate. » More


Find Resources to Help Manage Plaque Psoriasis Effectively

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Annual increase in melanoma incidence since 1992 in white women ages 15-39

Source: American Academy of Dermatology


Resource Center: Eczema: Emollients, Counseling, and Care

Folic Acid Supplements Up Risk of Eczema.


Rise in nickel food allergies tied to dietary shift

Columbus, Ohio — The trend of healthier eating may be the reason more people are developing allergic reactions to nickel, a recent study suggests. » More


Early tanning bed use boosts skin cancer risk

Boston — A new study associates use of tanning beds — especially in high school and college — with an increased risk of skin cancer. » More

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