The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) has conducted a survey to promote Sun Awareness Week this week, which suggests that 80% of people are failing to apply sunscreen before being exposed to the sun.
A new study released in the British Journal of Dermatology has revealed that as many as one in five sunbed users may be addicted to the practise.
Research by skin-checking app Miiskin and The British Skin Foundation has revealed that nearly a quarter of Brits have never checked their skin for life-threatening changes, despite a surge in skin cancer deaths over the last decade.
A new study examining associations between indoor tanning and melanoma has suggested a melanoma diagnosis is more common in younger women.
The British Skin Foundation and skin tracking app Miiskin have announced the continuation of their three-year partnership into 2021.
According to a study published in Nature journal, researchers in Australia have discovered two rare forms of melanoma that are not caused by sun exposure unlike the cutaneous melanoma that is strongly linked to UV radiation.
A study conducted by Reichrath et al, and published in Anticancer Research, has suggested that there is no evidence to demonstrate a relationship between moderate solarium use and melanoma.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has approved a drug combination of dabrafenib with trametinib for treating patients who have previously been affected by skin cancer, melanoma.
A survey conducted by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) suggests women have more knowledge about the severity of skin cancer compared to men.
Around 96% of people in Britain fail to check their skin once a month for skin cancer, according to a survey by the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD).