Squamous Cell Carcinoma Is on the Rise

Incidence of basal cell carcinoma is also increasing; both types affect men more than women. UV exposure is said to be the cause.

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The World Health Organization estimates that two to three million nonmelanoma skin cancers occur worldwide every year. In the U.S., estimates suggest that between 186,157 and 700,000 cutaneous squamous cell

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