3 Removed first two links; just repeats of the same claim, not new evidence. Inlined links and quoted from them. Removed irrelevant discussion about computers and Google.
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I could not find anything recent about moles, as if it is a career killer. Nothing negating, either - positive or negative. LooksThe original article looks like good science to me, but clearly the boffinsauthors are wary of making claims (see following article of 4 years ago).

If nothing comes out in 7 more years, I would become concerned.

http://www.agemarker.com/2015/08/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/health-science/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/story-e6frg8y6-1227468679210The Australian:

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

The discoverer is quoted in the article of not wanting to support claims on the internet 'with a barge pole'. (you might want to google it as they want subscriptions. Change a computer also might help. I could not access a second time but the agemarker site seems to work better.)

Age Marker:

Professor Blackburn told The Australian that long telomeres had now been implicated in a subset of “really nasty” cancers, including melanoma, brain tumour and lung cancer.

I could not find anything recent about moles, as if it is a career killer. Nothing negating, either. Looks like good science, but clearly the boffins are wary of making claims (see following article of 4 years ago).

If nothing comes out in 7 more years, I would become concerned.

http://www.agemarker.com/2015/08/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/health-science/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/story-e6frg8y6-1227468679210

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

The discoverer is quoted in the article of not wanting to support claims on the internet 'with a barge pole'. (you might want to google it as they want subscriptions. Change a computer also might help. I could not access a second time but the agemarker site seems to work better.)

I could not find anything recent about moles - positive or negative. The original article looks like good science to me, but clearly the authors are wary of making claims.

The Australian:

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

The discoverer is quoted in the article of not wanting to support claims on the internet 'with a barge pole'.

Age Marker:

Professor Blackburn told The Australian that long telomeres had now been implicated in a subset of “really nasty” cancers, including melanoma, brain tumour and lung cancer.

2 Removed first two links; just repeats of the same claim, not new evidence.
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Here are two articles about the same time:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/24/health/24aging.html?_r=0

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/newsevents/news/news-archive/2007/jul/Moles-linked-with-slower-ageing.aspx

I could not find anything recent about moles, as if it is a career killer. Nothing negating, either. Looks like good science, but clearly the boffins are wary of making claims (see following article of 4 years ago).

If nothing comes out in 7 more years, I would become concerned.

http://www.agemarker.com/2015/08/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/health-science/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/story-e6frg8y6-1227468679210

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

The discoverer is quoted in the article of not wanting to support claims on the internet 'with a barge pole'. (you might want to google it as they want subscriptions. Change a computer also might help. I could not access a second time but the agemarker site seems to work better.)

Here are two articles about the same time:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/24/health/24aging.html?_r=0

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/newsevents/news/news-archive/2007/jul/Moles-linked-with-slower-ageing.aspx

I could not find anything recent about moles, as if it is a career killer. Nothing negating, either. Looks like good science, but clearly the boffins are wary of making claims (see following article of 4 years ago).

If nothing comes out in 7 more years, I would become concerned.

http://www.agemarker.com/2015/08/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/health-science/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/story-e6frg8y6-1227468679210

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

The discoverer is quoted in the article of not wanting to support claims on the internet 'with a barge pole'. (you might want to google it as they want subscriptions. Change a computer also might help. I could not access a second time but the agemarker site seems to work better.)

I could not find anything recent about moles, as if it is a career killer. Nothing negating, either. Looks like good science, but clearly the boffins are wary of making claims (see following article of 4 years ago).

If nothing comes out in 7 more years, I would become concerned.

http://www.agemarker.com/2015/08/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/health-science/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/story-e6frg8y6-1227468679210

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

The discoverer is quoted in the article of not wanting to support claims on the internet 'with a barge pole'. (you might want to google it as they want subscriptions. Change a computer also might help. I could not access a second time but the agemarker site seems to work better.)

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Here are two articles about the same time:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/24/health/24aging.html?_r=0

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/newsevents/news/news-archive/2007/jul/Moles-linked-with-slower-ageing.aspx

I could not find anything recent about moles, as if it is a career killer. Nothing negating, either. Looks like good science, but clearly the boffins are wary of making claims (see following article of 4 years ago).

If nothing comes out in 7 more years, I would become concerned.

http://www.agemarker.com/2015/08/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/health-science/the-melanoma-killers-lurking-in-the-fountain-of-youth/story-e6frg8y6-1227468679210

"“We now know of 20 common genetic risk factors, and 12 of these are clearly related to telomere length, pigmentation or the number of moles an individual has,” said co-lead ­author Mark Iles from the University of Leeds in Britain. "

The discoverer is quoted in the article of not wanting to support claims on the internet 'with a barge pole'. (you might want to google it as they want subscriptions. Change a computer also might help. I could not access a second time but the agemarker site seems to work better.)