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Hugh Jackman se fait enlever des cellules cancéreuses

Bien qu'il joue un hros invincible au cinma, Hugh prouve que n'importe qui peut souffrir d'un cancer de la peau. Maintenant, il est le plus ... tags: bandageCelebrityHugh_Jackmannoseremovalskin_cancerSplash_News

Hugh Jackman Has Skin Cancer Spot Removed

Even if he can play an invincible superhero in the movies, Hugh just goes to show that anyone can suffer from skin cancer and now he might ... tags: bandageCelebrityHugh_Jackmannoseremovalskin_cancerSplash_News

Hugh Jackman treated for skin cancer

Oscar nominee and star of Wolverine Hugh Jackman has been diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma, which is the most common form of skin cancer. tags: Basal_Cell_CarcinomaEntertainment_NewsHugh_JackmanHugh_Jackman_Treated_For_Skin_CancerJean_ValjeanSkin_CancerThe_Wolverine

Esteya brachytherapy for skin cancer

Nucletron, an Elekta company, and the world leader in brachytherapy, has launched Esteya, a new approach for treating patients with skin ...

Understanding Basal Cell Carcinoma

Basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer, is the most common form of all cancers. Learn more about BCC. tags: basal_cell_carcinoma_tumorcancerous_tumordermatologist:_HealthepidermisHealth_videoMedicalMedical_videos

Understanding Melanoma

Melanoma is the most rare-and the most serious-type of skin cancer. Learn more about melanoma in this video. tags: abcs_of_melanomadermatologist:_HealthHealth_videohow_to_find_cancerous_moleidentifying_melanomaMedicalMedical_videos

Melanoma Risk Group

Dr. Tsao explains that a relative with melanoma greatly increases a person's risk for this skin cancer and that people with the most risk ... tags: Basal_cell_carcinomabenign_skin_tumorscarcinomaMelanomacelldr._tsaoempowherGroup

Ippy Drug for Melanoma

They're using their own bodies to beat the deadly odds of melanoma. It's the leading cause of death of skin disease. Now, a new FDA ... tags: approvedcancerDrugfdaforhealthcentralhealthIppy