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Queenslanders downplay deadly melanoma risk – Noosa News

Up to one in four Queenslanders significantly underestimate their risk of developing potentially deadly melanoma, a study has found.
And those at highest risk – people aged over 65, of European ancestry, with high numbers of moles and fair skin – are worst at predicting their chances of getting the skin cancers, Queensland researchers have found.
The QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute scientists analysed data from almost 42,000 Queenslanders who participated in the ongoing QSkin study i…

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