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Skin cancer risk runs deep in marathoners

An Austrian study points out that the risk of developing skin cancer is very high in long //distance runners. The results of the study done by researchers from Medical University of Graz were published in the Archives of Dermatology journal. ..The study found out that marathon runners have increased chances of developing liver spots and moles on their skin .Both liver spots and moles reflect a h...
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