Study: Melanoma increases among middle-aged adults

A study in Mayo Clinic Proceedings reports that the incidence of cutaneous melanoma among middle-aged adults (40 to 60 years) has increased nearly eightfold between 1970 and 2009, especially among women between 40 and 50, although mortality has decreased. Read more and access the study.


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