Melanoma

Novel Amgen virus-vaccine shrinks melanoma tumors

Shares of drugmaker Amgen Inc. are rising on news its innovative melanoma drug, which uses a virus as a Trojan horse to infiltrate and destroy tumors, shrank far more tumors than a standard treatment in a late-stage test.

Mar 20, 2013
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France moves to ban sunbed adverts, access for kids

France's parliament approved a draft law Friday banning advertising for artificial tanning beds and salons, and prohibiting people under 18 from using to the popular yet potentially dangerous ultraviolet technology.

Apr 03, 2015
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In-transit melanoma advance is difficult to predict

(HealthDay)—Progressive disease cannot be reliably predicted by patient, clinical, or procedural factors in patients receiving regional therapy for advanced melanoma of the extremities, according to a study ...

Apr 15, 2013
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