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Sharon Simonetti, a skin cancer survivor, holds a photo of her father, William Jochum Sr., who died of skin cancer, in Clearwater, Fla., Friday, Jan. 26, 2024.
Azhalia Pottinger
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Fresh Take Florida
Lawmakers are poised to make it easier and cheaper for Florida residents to undergo potentially lifesaving skin cancer screenings by ensuring that all costs are covered by health insurance.
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