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SPF Minute #9 – People with African descent are four times more likely to receive a late-stage diagnosis of melanoma.

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by | Jan 18, 2021

A 2006 investigation published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that people of African descent are four times more likely to receive a diagnosis of melanoma after the cancer has progressed to an advanced stage or spread to other parts of the body. When you see a skin lesion growing, you should definitely get it checked out.

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