domingo, 30 de noviembre de 2014

Melanoma Genomics: Sun Exposure & New Therapies


Genomics & Health Impact Update

Melanoma Genomics: Sun Exposure & New Therapies

Skin Cancer writting in the sand
A special supplement from Nature Outlook:  Melanoma — the deadliest form of skin cancerExternal Web Site Icon is on the rise in many parts of the world. But new treatments, and efforts to tell people how to prevent it, could mean we will soon gain the upper hand on the disease. November, 2014
The cancer that rises with the sun.External Web Site Icon 
David Holmes Nature, 515, S110–S111, 20 November 2014
Risk factors: Riddle of the raysExternal Web Site Icon 
Cassandra Willyard, Nature 515, S112–S113 (20 November 2014)
Epidemiology, risk factors, prevention, and early detection of melanoma.External Web Site Icon
Azoury SC, Lange JR. Surg Clin North Am. 2014 Oct;94(5):945-62
Did you know? 389 genes have been reported in relation to melanoma risk and outcomes, including 33 genomewide association studies. To find out more, check out the HuGE NavigatorExternal Web Site Icon
Recent Genomic Insights
Genes and sun behaviors during childhood may play large role in future melanoma risk,External Web Site Icon American Association for Cancer Research, November 19, 2014
Editorial: Somatic mutations and immunotherapy outcome with CTLA-4 blockade in melanoma.External Web Site Icon 
Vassiliki A. Boussiotis, et al. NEJM, November 19, 2014.  
Genetic basis for clinical response to CTLA-4 blockade in melanoma.External Web Site Icon 
Alexandra Snyder, et al. NEJM, November 19, 2014

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