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Melanoma in Black People

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Ashura noticed an unusual mole on her back- one that kept changing shape. However, she never imagined that she, a 16 year old black H.S teen, would be diagnosed with Melanoma. Everyone knows Black people don’t get skin cancer, her pigmentation (melanin) prevents that- but Ashura was wrong; she was diagnosed with Melanoma. She’s telling her survivor story. Join us on DeLeon Dialogue as we explore the truths and myths about black people and skin cancer. Call: 347- 945-5853

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