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Advances - From the UW Carbone Cancer Center

Test Your Melanoma Knowledge

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At least 1 in every 7 Americans will experience skin cancer during their lifetimes, according to some estimates. While melanoma is the least common type of skin cancer, it is the most deadly form of the disease.
Melanoma can affect people of all ages, including young women in their late teens and early 20s. Early diagnosis and prevention are key.
If you think melanoma occurs from a changing mole, or sunscreen is enough to keep you safe, you might just want to take the quiz. When you do, you can find out how knowing the "A, B, C, D and E's" can help you identify melanomas and what you can do to stay healthy when you have fun in the sun.


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