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Hugh Jackman faces cancer - drugdiscovery.com
Hugh Jackman faces cancer - drugdiscovery.com


Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman posted a strange picture on his Instagram profile. He poses with a bandage on his nose. He was diagnosed with skin cancer. He now uses his case to emphasize the importance of regular checks.
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