Melanoma is an often deadly form of skin cancer. It is less common than some other forms of skin cancer, but it can be the most dangerous. Sometimes melanoma affects only the skin, but it can also spread to the bones or internal organs. When caught early, it can often be successfully treated, but if melanoma goes undetected and spreads to other areas of the body it is often deadly.
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