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Prevalence

Prevalence

December 15, 2021
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Nonmelanoma cancer is the most common cancer in human beings. 1 out of five people will get this form of cancer in their lifetime. Of all cancer, 5% are for melanoma. White people are much more likely to get it than people of color. 1 out of 38 Caucasians will get melanoma, while only 1 out of 168 Hispanics will get it, and only 1 in 1,000 blacks will get melanoma.