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Doctors and researchers continue to investigate the causes and cures for skin cancer. Use the sites below to find the latest in skin cancer research and news.
- You'll find additional information about skin cancer research in general medical journals. Expedite your inquiry by entering "skin cancer" into the search bar of the online versions of these medical journals.
- The articles below are mostly directed at the research community, so it may not be clear to you how the findings affect you or your cancer. Some of the patient-oriented sites in the sections above will post research news and explain how results factor into your personal treatment and prevention.