Your hairdresser could save you from more than just a bad hair day. [Dr. Jennie Clarke](<http://www.ksl.com/ad_logger/ad_logger.php? location=http://healthcare.utah.edu/fad/mddetail.php?physicianID=u0984155&sponsor=UUHCJennieTClarke target=_blank rel=>) explains how they may be able to spot the early signs of skin cancer you may have missed.
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