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Indoor tanning may trigger gene mutation that boosts melanoma risk
by Lisa Rapaport
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29 April 2019
On 29 April 2019 Reuters reported:
Indoor tanning is associated with a higher risk of developing the deadly skin cancer melanoma at younger ages, and a recent study suggests the ultraviolet (UV) light in tanning beds may be triggering genetic mutations that can lead to skin malignancies.
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