Skin Cancer May Foretell Cancers to Come

Researchers who followed skin cancer survivors for 16 years have concluded that they are twice as likely as people without skin cancer to develop another form of cancer later on. The new study, from Johns Hopkins and the Medical University of South Carolina, tracked 769 patients who had non-melanoma skin cancer -- the most common form in the United States -- and 18,405 people who had not had the illness and found that those who had skin cancer were twice as likely to develop another form. ...Full Story
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