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Melanoma is among the deadliest of skin cancers, and it’s more common among people with light skin. In fact, researchers say the incidence of melanoma among Black people is about 10 percent of that in white people. Even so, Black people can develop melanoma. Researchers say Black people develop a form of melanoma that often forms on less obvious body parts, such as: the palms of the hands, the soles of the feet and beneath the fingernails and toenails. This article offers facts and raises awareness on this problem and gives hints how to behave in a more healthy way.

Level of Education: Continuing vocational education and training

Lead Organisation: The Derm Review

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