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Episode 287: New tools in the fight against skin cancer

Some people who develop skin cancer don't have pale skin or red hair

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New tools in the fight against skin cancer

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University of Arizona Skin Cancer Institute's Clara Curiel spoke with Leslie Tobert, Ph. D. Regent's professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

Some people who develop skin cancer don't have pale skin or red hair. The University of Arizona Skin Cancer Institute's Clara Curiel is identifying specific biomarkers that can identify those who don't typically fall within high-risk groups.

Clara Curiel spoke with Leslie Tobert, Ph. D. Regent's professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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