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Dark skin protects against skin cancer

According to a study by researchers at the Institute of Cancer Research in London, cancer contributed to the development of the first humans to have a dark skin color, with the aim of protecting themselves from the disease.


British researchers believe that dark skin color, or black, appeared more than a million years ago, to protect African ancestors from death from skin cancer. And the British newspaper “Daily Mail” stated that ancient humans first deliberately removed most of the hair from their skin, and then exposed themselves to the African “savanna” sun, to acquire a dark color. However, the deadly effects of sunlight put effective pressure on early humans.

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