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Infographic: The Sun's Hot. Skin Cancer's Not.


The Sun's Hot. Skin Cancer's Not.

Every time you go outside or use an indoor tanning bed, your skin is exposed to damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays. Not only can this cause premature skin aging, it also increases your risk of getting skin cancer, including melanoma.

Women younger than 30 are six times more likely to develop melanoma if they tan indoors. Use this infographic to educate teenage girls about how they can protect their skin and prevent skin cancer.

The Sun's Hot. Skin Cancer's Not.

Women younger than 30 are six times more likely to develop melanoma if they tan indoors. Use this infographic to educate teenage girls about how they can protect their skin and prevent skin cancer.

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