‘I Cut The Moles Off My Tummy’ — Iggy Azalea Regrets Losing Her Moles; But Do They Increase The Risk of Skin Cancer?

Published Mar 9, 2020

‘I Cut The Moles Off My Tummy’ — Iggy Azalea Regrets Losing Her Moles; But Do They Increase The Risk of Skin Cancer?

People with 10 or more atypical moles have 12 times higher risk of developing melanoma.

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