Despite popular knowledge claiming the contrary. This is another example of a root cause analysis problem solved by real scientists, debunking the myth that melanoma (skin cancer) is caused by the sun, and that therefore, you should wear dark glasses and strong sunscreen when in sunny locales.
Source for picture: cbc.ca
I don't know if this study is valid, or influenced by conflicts of interest, but it definitely looks very interesting and real. Some of the insights are
I found this study, produced by the Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine, worth sharing, and indeed, maybe worth being called data science. What do you think about these controversial conclusions?
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