Melanoma is the most rapidly increasing cancer. Dan Belkin, MD, a dermatologist and skin cancer surgeon, explains
When former Miss Illinois, Karolina Jasko, found herself with what she thought was an infected thumbnail, she went to her doctor to get it checked out and possibly saved her thumb – and maybe her life. “A few days later, my finger swelled up really bad, and I automatically thought I had some sort of infection from the nail salon,” she told the Daily Mail. The procedure concluded she had subungual melanoma, which is a cancer found in the tissue of the nail bed.
Sandra Lee, better known as "Dr. Pimple Popper" shares the three questions everyone should ask their dermatologist just in time for Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
A single mom with 8 kids spent New Year's Eve getting chemo. She has skin cancer that has spread, robbing her livelihood, but not her hopes.