I seem to get about 1 sunburn per year even though I always wear sunblock. Does this make me high risk for skin cancer or is 1 a year pretty average?

Here's what to do. I'm glad you're aware that you're at a real increased risk. Have somebody (partner, physician) keep a VERY close eye on your skin. Get all suspicious lesions removed. Doing this faithfully is an extremely effective way of preventing death from skin cancer. And keep using your sunscreen.

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