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High blood pressure may increase the risk of skin cancer: Health Canada



TORONTO – Healthcare Canada is a long-term drug that is usually used to prescribe high blood pressure and will not increase the risk of developing melanoma skin cancer.

Hydrochlorothiazide is a diuretic or a water pill designed to reduce fluid retention associated with cardiac insufficiency and kidney and liver problems.

The Health Canada review of the journal found that taking medication thanks to sunlight and tanning equipment radiation ultraviolet radiation may be sensitive.

When a review of the study's review suggests that patients over the age of three have cancer, non-melanoma may increase the risk of developing skin cancer four times.

However, Health Canada says limitations in studies, for example, the lack of data on the exposure and severity of the sun's illness, the uncertainty about discoveries.

However, people with hydrochlorothiazide are recommended to limit UV exposure and seek medical attention if they identify new skin lesions or moles changes.

The Department of the Federal Department says doctors should have alternative medications, those with high risk of non-melanoma melanoma, including skin or fair skin cancer history or personal history.


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