The 'C' tattoo – RDH
The 'C' tattooRDHThe most common places for them to appear are on the scalp, face, neck, and upper chest. Melanoma, which can be deadly, and seborrheic keratoses look very similar. Both can grow rapidly, darken, bleed, and itch, so I will be monitoring them closely.
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Aclaris Therapeutics' Lead Drug Candidate A-101 Achieves Statistically Significant Results in Third Phase 2 Clinical …
Aclaris Therapeutics, Inc. Today announced statistically significant results from a Phase 2 clinical trial of its lead drug candidate, A-101. In the trial, A-101 demonstrated clinically and statistically significant improvements in removing seborrheic keratosis lesions on the face.