Investigating Melanoma Rates in Asian and Hispanic Populations

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Whether it is sitting at the beach, working in the yard or just walking to the grocery store, the risk of developing skin cancer is a risk for everyone. A recent study looked at the impact of the sun particularly for asian and hispanic people.

Whether it is sitting at the beach, working in the yard or just walking to the grocery store, the risk of developing skin cancer is a risk for everyone. A recent study looked at the impact of the sun particularly for asian and hispanic people.

Arisa Ortiz, MD, FAAD, from the University of California at San Diego discussed the research that was done at the American Acamdey of Dermatology's Annual Meeting in San Francisco.

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