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Dr. Sapna Patel Skin Cancer Update

July 2, 20158 min
Summer Sun Warning: Did You Know You Can Get Melanoma on Your Eyes, Nose and Mouth? Uveal Melanoma, Cancer of the Eye, is the Most Prevalent Non-Skin Melanoma Accounting for 1,500 Annual Cases •••Radio Interviews Available with Melanoma Expert from MD Anderson Cancer Center ••• What: Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. The dangers of a summer glow are well-known among the estimated that one in five Americans that will be diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime. Melanoma, the deadliest type of skin cancer has seen a 600% increase in new cases since 1950. But after using sunscreen, what should we know about skin cancer prevention and early detection? Dr. Sapna Patel, an expert from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, can share the latest research and provide valuable insights and advice on how to reduce the risk of developing skin cancer. Dr. Patel can share her perspective on a wide-range of skin health and prevention news, provide the

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