Quiz: Melanoma
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Melanoma is a skin cancer that begins in the pigment-producing cells of the skin, called melanocytes. Although it accounts for less than 5% of all skin cancers diagnosed in the United States, melanoma causes the most skin cancer deaths. Melanoma usually begins on normal skin in a sun-exposed area of the body, but about one in three melanomas develops in which of the following areas of the body?

  • A.

    In a preexisting mole

  • B.

    In the brain

  • C.

    Inside the eyes

  • D.

    In the nail beds

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