Skin cancer is a cancer that starts in the skin. It is usually caused by overexposure to UV rays, but not always.
Dermatologist Dr. Min Deng explains the importance of sunscreen as we approach the summer months, and how “Safe Sun Week” reminds people to protect their skin while beating the heat at the beach.
This month’s Everyday Runway column suits up with some swoon worthy selections to stay safe when out in the sun.
Even with a cancer diagnosis, there can be moments that are cause for celebration.
The featured Spotlight Warrior for our Supporter Issue is Dr. Rick Brown.
While in treatment, four-time warrior Liz Benditt wasn’t finding any one-stop shops for actual helpful,…
What’s the difference between UPF and SPF?
What things should you look for when trying to protect your skin?
Drs. Jennifer and Jaehyuk Choi together run a first-of-its-kind oncodermatology department and lab, revolutionizing the fast-developing field, while still making time to raise their three daughters in Chicago’s North Shore.
How you observe milestones on your cancer journey is a personal decision. We spoke with five people about the creative ways they observe a cancer milestone.
After years of poor sun-protection habits, Jennifer Bringle’s breast cancer diagnosis finally made her get serious about skin cancer.