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Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common tumor of the skin and can result in significant morbidity as well as costs. The discovery of aberrant Hedgehog (HH) signaling in patients with genetic propensity to develop BCCs has resulted in a better understanding of the genetic abnormalities...
Treatment of metastatic melanoma has long been a challenge. Over the past 8 years significant advances have been made in understanding the genetic changes that drive melanoma development and progression. These studies have shown melanoma to be a heterogeneous group of tumors, driven by a diverse...
The treatment options for patients with primary cutaneous B- and T-cell lymphomas are as diverse as the diseases themselves, including both skin-directed and systemic therapies. Long-term remission can be attained in many cases; however, no treatment is curative with the possible exception of...
Patients with a history of more than four basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) or squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) are at high risk for developing further skin cancers. Immunosuppressed patients, especially solid organ transplantation patients, harbor a higher risk of developing SCC. Systemic retinoids...
Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is a highly aggressive skin malignancy. The growing incidence and recognition of this cancer in elderly or immunosuppressed individuals suggests that it is becoming an increasing clinical challenge. MCC recently has been demonstrated to have a probable viral...
Metastatic melanoma is notoriously resistant to chemotherapy and radiotherapy regimens. The prospect for newly diagnosed metastatic melanoma patients is grim, with a median survival of less than 1 year. Currently, the only therapies resulting in long-term disease-free intervals, high-dose...
Cutaneous sarcomas are a rare subset of soft tissue sarcomas. These tumors are primarily managed with definitive surgical resection; however, upon unresectable recurrence or metastatic spread, systemic therapy is warranted. As with other sarcomas, these treatments have classically included...
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