Melanoma is most often caused by too much exposure to the sun's UV rays. Examples include: 1
Having had blistering sunburns at any time of life.
Getting intense sun exposure every now and then.
Things that make getting
melanoma more likely include your skin type, the color of your hair, and the color of your eyes.
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November 14, 2014
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