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Susan Swetter on skin cancer

Melanoma is the rarest and deadliest form of skin cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates that about 62,000 new melanomas were diagnosed in the United States during 2008. Susan Swetter, MD, associate professor of dermatology and director of the Pigmented Lesion and Cutaneous Melanoma Clinic at the Stanford Cancer Center, discusses skin cancer and why older men may need to take a closer look at melanomas.

Length: 18 mins. 55 sec.

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