Accessibility to air travel correlates strongly with increasing melanoma incidence*

@article{Agredano2006AccessibilityTA,
  title={Accessibility to air travel correlates strongly with increasing melanoma incidence*},
  author={Yolanda Z Agredano and J. Chan and Ranch C Kimball and A. Kimball},
  journal={Melanoma Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={77-81}
}
As the cost of air travel has decreased substantially in the USA and Europe over the past few decades, leisure travel to vacation destinations during the winter months has expanded significantly. This trend has probably increased the incidence of significant ultraviolet radiation exposure and sunburn in a broader population who could not previously afford this kind of travel. The purpose of this study was to analyse the correlation between increasing accessibility to air travel and melanoma… Expand
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