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Nation’s skin cancer cases growing at alarming rate
Monterey Herald

With sandy blond hair and light skin, Julie Moppin always freckled or burned in sunlight. But she still tried to tan. Now, decades later, her sunspots are attacking her. In five years, dermatologists have cut 40 current or potential cancers from her flesh, including two melanomas — the worst kind. Every three months, she returns half expecting more surgery.

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