Skin Cancer Is Skyrocketing in America and Men Have It Worse

Melanoma, which accounts for $3.3 billion of that cost, is the deadliest of all types of skin cancer, killing almost 9,000 people annually. And the problem isn’t going away: Since 1975, incidence rates have steadily increased among both men and women.

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