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Question: How common is melanoma?
cancer, melanoma, skin, skin damage
Asked by jammiedodger to Ken on 14 Mar 2012.
answered on 14 Mar 2012:
In the UK- there is probably about 12,000 cases of malignant melanoma a year. Of these people- about 2000 died
jammiedodger commented on 14 Mar 2012:
How does that compare to other types of cancer?
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