Melanoma can develop because of prolonged exposure to the sun or tanning beds. The ultraviolet (UV) rays damage the DNA of the skin over time and may thereby alter the normal functioning of the melanocytes. There are medications to treat melanoma but they have failed to reach expectations. A compound tested in mice has shown to be effective in killing melanoma cancer cells without affecting the nearby healthy cells.
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