Should People With Tattoos Worry More About Skin Cancer Risk? A Leading Expert Breaks It Down For Us

Published Aug 19, 2020

Should People With Tattoos Worry More About Skin Cancer Risk? A Leading Expert Breaks It Down For Us

Millions of people across the world have tattoos, but can they be the cause of a missed skin cancer diagnosis? A leading expert shares some guidance with SurvivorNet.

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