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August 12, 2014 4:45 PM

Mobile truck offers skin-cancer screening in Elk Grove

From bronze windsurfers to cream-colored infants, Sacramentans of all shades and ages withstood the hot black concrete of a Rite Aid parking lot Tuesday to get a free skin cancer screening from a mobile dermatology clinic.

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