More than three and a half million skin cancers in more than two million people are diagnosed every year in the United States.
It is so common, one in five American will develop skin cancer in the course of al lifetime.
Dr. John Strasswater, with Boca Raton's Regional Hospital's Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Treatment Program discusses the disease.
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