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Worldwide 160,000 people will be diagnosed with melanoma this year alone. One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. Those statistics are staggering. Approximately 75 percent of skin cancer deaths are from melanoma.
Some risk factors for skin cancer include unprotected and or excessive exposure to ultraviolet radiation which includes sunlight or tanning booths and lamps, other risk factors include if you or other members of your family have had skin cancers, several sunburns in the past, and multiple or unusual moles.
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Melanoma can occur any time of the year. In fact UVA rays are intense on clear and cloudy days. Melanoma doesn't care what skin tone you have. While darker skinned people are less likely to get sun burns and UV radiation damage, it in no way limits the risk of developing skin cancer. All skin types can develop melanoma.
Melanoma can occur anywhere on the body. It does not just occur on body parts that have been exposed to the sun. While sunlight is definitely a factor in developing skin cancer, melanoma can and does develop in places that rarely see the light of day.
Tanning in a tanning bed is just as bad as tanning outside. Tanning beds release a large amount of ultraviolet radiation.
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