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Alcohol consumption may put an individual at high risk of developing skin cancer.
Alcohol consumption may be tied to higher risk of skin cancer.
High skin cancer risk is associated with the use of hydrochlorothiazide.
Individuals taking antihypertensive drugs in the class of diuretics and beta-blockers may have a high predisposition to skin cancer.
A surge in skin cancer risk is associated with the use of antihypertensive drugs belong to the class of calcium channel blockers and beta blockers.
Regular intake of thiazide diuretics may promote the development of skin cancer.
Frequent intake of alcohol correlates with high risk of melanoma.
Alcohol consumers may have a high propensity to develop cutaneous melanoma, the most aggressive type of skin cancer.
Regular users of sidenafil (viagra) may have a high risk of developing melanoma.
Regular drinking of alcoholic beverages may facilitate the development of melanoma, particularly in areas of the body protected from ultraviolet rays.
Women who are frequent consumers of alcohol may be more prone to develop melanoma.