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Addiction | Alcohol | Drugs

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Adolescents

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Athletics | Exercise

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Pregnancy

The process by which a female produces an offspring in their womb once the male and female zygotes have combined into a single embryo until birth.

Embryo

The offspring in the womb, from the moment 2 zygotes co-exist up until the 11th week of pregnancy, is medically referred to as "Embryo"

Fetus

The offspring in the womb, beginning on the 11th week of pregnancy, has graduated from "Embryo" to "Fetus"

Newborn

The offspring, now emerged from the womb and ending the female's pregnancy.

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Cancer

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Children

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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COVID-19

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Disease

An abnormality caused due to pathophysiological response to external or internal factors.

Disorder

A disruption in normal functioning of mind or body due to a disease, genetic factor or trauma.

Syndrome

A set or collection of various identifying signs and symptoms that characterizes a certain disease or disorder.

Condition

An abnormal state of physical or mental health that interferes with usual activities or the feeling of well-being.

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Food | Obesity

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Girls ♀ Women

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Infections | Immune System

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Injury | Pain | Violence

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Medication | Treatment | Therapy | Surgery

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Mental Health | Wellbeing | Stress | Sleep

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Myths | Fake News | Science Mistrust

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Physical Health | Human Body | Sex

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Products | Supplements

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Racism | Inequality

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Science

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Technology

Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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Skin Cancer and Black Skin

Aug 9, 2021, 16:00 PM by Bilal Muhajireen, Kian O'Neil & Nana-Afia Agyeipah
In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues.

There are many dangerous misconceptions about the relationship between skin cancer and how it affects darker skin. In this video, we aim to educate people of colour on the dangers of skin cancer, as well as address the systemic racism that is within the field of dermatology. There is an obvious lack of representation of darker skin tones (types IV-VI) in medical textbooks and this video aims to address these issues. The video then explains the ABCDE method of diagnosing melanomas and how this may be harder to diagnose on darker skin tones. The video ends off explaining preventative measures as well as self-advocacy advice to aid in reducing the risks of melanoma.

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