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A quarter of population underestimates skin cancer risk: Queensland study

WorldNews Tuesday, 20 October 2020
A quarter of population underestimates skin cancer risk: Queensland studyQUEENSLAND: A research conducted in Queensland has revealed that almost a quarter of the population here underestimates their risk of developing potentially deadly melanomas - with those at highest risk worst at predicting their chances of getting the skin cancers. A new QIMR Berghofer research examined data from nearly...
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