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Dermatology Times eNews

Dermatology Times eNews


October 19, 2011


UK watchdog board rejects Yervoy

London — A United Kingdom watchdog board says the metastatic melanoma drug Yervoy (ipilimumab, Bristol-Myers Squibb) is too expensive to be used by Britain’s national healthcare system, MedPage Today reports. » More


Research links nail bed issues to glaucoma

Seoul, South Korea — A Korean clinical study suggests that nail bed vascular abnormalities are associated with optic disc hemorrhage and other manifestations of glaucoma, MedPage Today reports. » More


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Study reveals how cells detect tissue damage

Bristol, England — Researchers here say they have discovered how cells detect tissue damage and modify their repair properties accordingly, information that could improve tissue repair in patients following illness or surgery, Medical News Today reports. » More

FYI ...



Estimated increase in risk of contracting melanoma among those who have been exposed to UV radiation from indoor tanning devices

Source: American Academy of Dermatology


‘Colorism’ impacts health of black Canadians

Vancouver, British Columbia — A University of British Columbia study finds that darker-skinned black Canadians are more likely to report poorer health than lighter-skinned black Canadians, and that a mismatched racial identity can negatively affect health, Medical News Today reports. » More

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