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Spotlight on: Skin Cancer Awareness Month

In the U.K. alone, it's estimated that one in 36 males and one in 47 females will be diagnosed with melanoma skin cancer in their lifetime. According to the National Health Service (NHS), it's the fifth most common type of cancer with the increase in numbers over the years blamed on intense sun exposure while on holiday.It's usually diagnosed following a change in the appearance of moles on the body, or a new mole appearing, and, if caught early, surgery has a high chance of being successful.

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