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Skin Cancer Screening: A Task Force Update

I’ve been getting regular skin exams from my doctor but read that there’s no good evidence they help prevent skin cancer outcomes. Is there any reason for me to continue to have them? You’re likely referring to the latest recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, which was released in April. Consistent with its […]

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