Skin cancer is most commonly caused by UV-A rays from the sun sinking into the skin. And yes, recent studies have shown that “substantial increases” in new skin cancers occur when the temperature is raised by 2-4%. While UV exposure explains 80% of the variation in skin cancer incidence, temperature now appears to be one of the factors, among genes and “sun-seeking behavior”, accounting for the other 20% of incidences.
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