Brazil takes zero-tolerance approach to rise in skin cancer surgery
This article was originally published in Clinica
Brazil has banned the use of artificial tanning sunbeds for aesthetic reasons, in a bid to stem the country's burgeoning incidence of skin cancer. National surgery rates for this, the country's most common form of cancer, have doubled over the last decade.
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