According to research, eating two servings of fish each week increases one's chance of developing skin cancer.

According to a research published June 9 in the journal Cancer Causes and Control, regular fish consumption may increase the risk of skin cancer

There were 491, 367 older Americans ages 50 to 71 studied by researchers from Brown University and the National Cancer Institute for 15 years in an effort to determine.

How many of them had acquired an aggressive type of skin cancer.

 Prior studies have shown that fish consumption may increase the risk of cancer.

Therefore the researchers decided to examine if this theory was supported by their analysis of melanoma rates and dietary patterns of individuals.

Studies have shown an increased risk of melanomas and precancerous skin cells in persons.

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