Skin cancer prevalence among those with self-reported non-conforming gender. This novel epidemiological exploration indicates their rate of skin cancer is statistically higher than among cis-gender men, who in turn have higher rates than cis-gender women. Similarly, gay and bisexual men have a higher prevalence than their heterosexual counterparts. | Singer, JAMA Dermatol 2020 & Singer, JAMA Dermatol 2020


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