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Skin cancer treatment that’s less invasive
ABC News

Over the last 30 years, more and more people have been diagnosed with skin cancer. In fact, the latest figures show it has skyrocketed over 70 percent. Some types of treatment can be painful or leave scars, but there’s a different and less invasive option available. Daily ocean swims are invigorating for 80-year-old Tom Girven, but sun exposure has taken its toll on his nose. Five years ago, Girven underwent surgery to get rid of skin cancer on the right side of his nose.