Early-Onset Basal Cell Carcinoma in Young Female Endurance Athletes: A Report of Three Cases

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Jonathan J Lee
Emily Dando
Kristin Bibee
Jaroslaw Jedrych
Jonhan Ho
Timothy Patton


Basal cell carcinoma, Ultraviolet radiation, triathlon and skin cancer risk, marathon, early-onset basal cell carcinoma


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