As previously described in the Danish journal BestPractice Onkologi in August 2017, Merkel cell carcinomas (MCC) are a very aggressive skin-associated cancer type. They are characterized by being rapidly proliferative with an extremely high risk of spread and rapidly declining survival odds parallel to regional and remote spread. For patients with resectable local or regional ...

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common form of human cancer and its incidence continues to rise, both in the Nordic countries and worldwide1,2. Some studies point to an increasing incidence among young adults3,4. The main risk factors for developing BCC include UV-radiation from the sun and indoor tanning. BCC is a malignancy originating from the basal cells in the epidermis and is ...

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BestPractice Nordic

Nr. 1 • mars 2020
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