Skin cancer risk increases depending on where you live in Canada: Study

Source: Yahoo! Entertainment, July 2022

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A recent Canadian study has found that rates of a deadly form of skin cancer are on the rise in Canada — and people living in certain parts of the country are at a higher risk of developing the disease.

Researchers analyzed data of cutaneous melanoma patients across Canada, except for Quebec, between 2011 and 2017. Of the 39,610 patients who were diagnosed with cutaneous melanoma, nearly 6,000 died.