Thursday, 18 July 2019

Cheap flights blamed as skin cancer rates soar by 45 per cent in a decade

Cheap flights blamed as skin cancer rates soar by 45 per cent in a decade Rates of melanoma skin cancers have soared by 45 per cent in the past decade as cheap international flights have fuelled a new generation of sun chasers, charities have warned.

Melanomas are rarer but more serious than non-melanoma skin cancers and rates have risen most steeply among men and the under-50s, a Cancer Research UK analysis found. The Independent

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