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Yes, African Americans can get skin cancer!

Dark skin is not immunity, so be aware of the risks

We’ve just completed February, African American History Month. Among much else, it can serve as a fitting reminder about a myth that has persisted for too long: African Americans (and those with darker skin tones) can’t get skin cancer. In fact, among the African American population, melanoma — the most serious kind of skin cancer — is much more deadly than among Caucasians. In fact, it does not matter what color your skin is: Everyone is prone to developing skin cancer. You may have heard that naturally dark-skinned people have less chance of getting skin cancer, and that is true. Continue Reading →

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