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Jul. 12, 2013


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UNMC nanotechnology protects skin from cancer and early wrinkles
Medical News Today
Nanotechnology developed at the University of Nebraska Medical Center could strengthen things like sunscreen and anti-aging cosmetics into more potent barriers, protecting the skin from UV radiation that can cause wrinkles and skin cancer. If successful, the nanotechnology could serve as a platform that can deliver targeted treatments to a vast range of ailments, including stroke and heart disease.
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FDA clears Solta device for skin pigmentation treatment
Dermatology Times
The Food and Drug Administration has given clearance to Solta Medical for its Fraxel DUAL 1550/1927 laser system for the treatment of pigmented lesions such as lentigos and ephelides. The DUAL laser system is indicated for use in dermatologic procedure that require coagulation of soft tissue and for skin resurfacing procedures.
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Important advance in the fight against skin cancer
Medical Xpress
Researchers from the Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute have identified a new function of the IB protein that is key in the development of squamous-cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer. The study has been published in the prestigious journal Cancer Cell and provides a new tool for the diagnosis of the disease and, in the future, will enable the identification of novel therapeutic targets to treat this type of cancer.
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Plant extract could offer protection from skin cancer
Business Day
Researchers have found a unique botanical extract that, taken internally, protects skin from solar damage and minimizes the potentially lethal DNA mutations that occur from sun exposure. Nearly a decade of rigorous research and clinical trials has shown that the fern plant, Polypodium leucotomos, can shield the skin against the dangerous effects of ultraviolet exposure. Numerous studies show Polypodium leucotomos reduces the number of sunburn cells following exposure to solar rays, protects against UV-induced DNA damage, reduces inflammation, influences the immune system, acts against tumors and inhibits collagen-degrading enzymes.
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Genetic cause of 'spongy' skin condition identified
Medical News Today
Scientists have identified the genetic cause of a rare skin condition that causes the hands and feet to turn white and spongy when exposed to water. The study, led by researchers from Queen Mary, University of London, has provided scientists with an insight into how the skin barrier functions and could help with research into a variety of conditions.
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Melanoma recurs after 10 years in 6 percent of patients
Dermatology Times
Melanoma recurs in about one in 20 patients about 10 years after their initial treatment, according to a recent study. Researchers from Saint John's Health Center analyzed a large institutional database to evaluate late recurrence of melanoma and the frequency of this phenomenon and its clinical significance. Investigators observed 408 late recurrences of melanoma, with a mean disease-free interval of 15.7 years.
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Melanoma deaths more likely in young, white men
WJLA-TV
Young white men are 55 percent more likely to die from melanoma than women of the same age range, a recent study indicates. Despite the fact that men account for less than 40 percent of all melanoma cases, the study says that those cases result in nearly 64 percent of melanoma deaths.
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Daily sunscreen use slows skin aging
Dermatology Times
Using sunscreen daily can slow the signs of skin aging in middle-aged adults, recent research suggests. Investigators with the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, and colleagues randomized 903 adults under age 55 to 1 of 4 groups: daily use of broad-spectrum sunscreen with 30 mg of beta-carotene, daily use of sunscreen with placebo, discretionary sunscreen use and 30 mg of beta-carotene, and discretionary sunscreen use and placebo.
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Consumers prefer dermatologists for cosmetic procedures
Healio
Nearly 30 percent of consumers are considering cosmetic procedures, naming dermatologists as the greatest influence on their decision, according to a survey conducted by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. The blind online survey of more than 6,300 consumers gathered opinions on cosmetic surgeries in general, whether a consumer previously had a cosmetic treatment and whether a consumer was considering a future cosmetic procedure.
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Congress forms caucus on skin cancer
Dermatology Times
A small group of congressional leaders has teamed with dermatology groups to form a bipartisan caucus focused on addressing the epidemic of skin cancer in the United States. Established with the help of the American College of Mohs Surgery and support from the American Academy of Dermatology Association, Reps. Jim Cooper, D-Tenn., Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., Peter Roskam, R-Ill., and Charlie Dent, R-Pa., formed the Congressional Skin Cancer Caucus, a forum and resource for members of Congress who work to address the growing epidemic of skin cancer.
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Breakthrough could lead to 'artificial skin' that senses touch, humidity and temperature
ScienceDaily
Using tiny gold particles and a kind of resin, a team of scientists at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology has discovered how to make a new kind of flexible sensor that one day could be integrated into electronic skin, or e-skin. If scientists learn how to attach e-skin to prosthetic limbs, people with amputations might once again be able to feel changes in their environments.

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VCS2013: Advancing the art, business of aesthetics
Dermatology Times
Leaders in aesthetic medicine gathered last week in Las Vegas to share their pearls of wisdom on cosmetic treatments and best business practices to meet the changing needs of a dynamic patient market. Get the details of the valuable insight they exchanged. A trend in aesthetic medicine that many physicians and industry professionals are noting is the move from one-off treatments to ongoing prevention and global treatment.

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4 tips for using Google AdWords to promote your practice, brand
Dermatology Times
Nearly everyone uses the Internet, and it's a wealth of untapped potential patients for your practice. But online ads are worthless if you're marketing to the wrong audience. Google AdWords are an easy, successful way to market you practice or brand online by targeting niche audiences, says Timour Haider, managing director for Aesthetic Brand Marketing Inc.

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