Raspberry pulp polysaccharides inhibit tumor growth and enhance docetaxel chemotherapy against malignant melanoma
Citrus consumption is associated with an increased risk of malignant melanoma. Citrus products are rich in psoralens and furocoumarins, chemicals with potential photocarcinogenic properties. Patients consuming at least 1.6 servings of citrus dailyhave a 36% increased risk for melanoma, compared with patients consuming less than two servings a week.
Higher coffee intake is associated with a modest decrease in risk of cutaneous melanoma
A history of teenage acne is a novel risk factor for melanoma
Airline pilots and cabin crew have approximately twice the incidence of melanoma compared with general population
Combination of inhibitors to BRAF and MEK improves survival among patients with metastatic melanoma