In the United States, invasive melanoma has a higher female predilection from birth to age 49 years (1 in 155 women compared with 1 in 220.
Herein, we compare the risk of death due to melanoma across all stages of the disease, exploring the possible sex effect using age groups as a.
The published findings on gender disparities in melanoma have yielded many advances in our understanding of this disease. Biological.
Researchers have found yet another way that men and women differ. Melanoma, the most-serious skin cancer, affects the sexes differently. Men are more likely.