People who have previously had non-melanoma skin cancer appear to face a higher risk of other cancers, US scientists have found.
Scottish researchers have developed a new light-emitting device, similar to a common sticking plaster, which could be used to treat non-melanoma skin cancer.
Belgian scientists have discovered that a molecule already targeted by several cancer therapies may play a crucial role in a common form of skin cancer.
As well as increasing the risk of melanoma skin cancer - the most serious form of the disease - sunbed users are also at increased risk of developing the much more common...
People with contact allergies to common metals and chemicals may be less likely to develop certain types of cancer, according to a study by scientists.
Patients with a form of skin cancer that's spread or come back after treatment could benefit from a new drug that has been approved for use in the UK.