Anne Li Feburary 2nd, 2018
A new study pinpoints a mechanism that controls how basal cell cancers respond to treatment and offers new ideas for controlling this disease when it gets tricky. Basal cell carcinomas are incredibly common — somewhere between 1 million to 3 million diagnosed each year — and rarely life-threatening. They're most often removed through surgery. But for a small minority of patients, they can be a bigger problem.
See original article at: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/02/180201115708.htm