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Prince George, Kamloops and more facing future without dermatologists

British Columbia has a shortage of dermatologists. Not only does this cost money, but it increases the risk of skin cancer and other diseases going undetected, according to Dr. Evert Tuyp of the B.C. Medical Association. He spoke with Andrew Kurjata.

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