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NISC-6 Shows Potential Against Skin Cancer


  What is NISC-6? Based on a recent study, a new compound found in cruciferous vegetables has been identified to act as the base for a new drug that has the potential to kill melanoma in the skin without affecting healthy cells. Two researchers from Penn State College of Medicine designed a compound called NISC-6 […]

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Disrupting Melanoma Defense Mechanism


Melanoma is a very aggressive type of skin cancer that develops from melanocytes – the skin’s pigment-producing cells. Although uncommon, melanoma has the highest mortality rate and the highest potential to spread out of all skin cancers, which verifies that it can be fatal. Since it is particularly tough to treat when it mutates, melanoma […]

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