MIAMI BEACH UNVEILS FREE SUNSCREEN DISPENSERS

according to The Miami Herald. Dr. Jose Lutzky, head of the melanoma program out Mount Sinai, said Florida is second behind California in incidence of melanoma. But the trend is going in the wrong direction. “Unfortunately, our numbers are growing,” he said. “That is really something we do not want to be first in.”


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SKIN CANCER AWARENESS AMONG MINORITY GROUPS?

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