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Skin cancer rates have quadrupled, and it's worse for men

Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Monday, 19 June 2017
Skin cancer rates have quadrupled, and it's worse for menMen who spend a lot of time outdoors are being targeted in a new national campaign to reduce the risk of skin cancer which is being supported by public health leaders in Devon.
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