Study: People with only a few moles are still at risk for melanoma
A new study of more than 500 melanoma patients found that most had fewer than 20 moles. Meaning, even if you don’t have many moles, you can still be at risk for the skin cancer, and you should still have regular skin checks and know your family history.
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