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Melanoma Awareness with Dr. Afton Chavez

Melanoma Awareness with Dr. Afton Chavez

We caught up with Dr. Afton Chavez, MD, FAAD on Melanoma Monday to talk about all things melanoma. 
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Does the sun age your skin?

Does the sun age your skin?

Skin aging due to sun exposure is a bit like the health consequences of smoking. Smoking was cool in the 60s. Only later did people realise how addictive it is and how damaging it was for their health.
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How serious is skin cancer in the United States?

How serious is skin cancer in the United States?

Unfortunately, skin cancer in the US is very serious. The following statistics highlight the frequency and severity of skin cancer in the US.
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We've got you covered series:  Dr. Deshan Sebaratnam

We've got you covered series: Dr. Deshan Sebaratnam

We sat down with Dr. Deshan Sebaratnam to talk about skin cancer, prevention and detection, as well as his experience with treating patients living or working in rural areas.
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Meet Jessica Duarte Australian Skin Cancer Researcher

We've got you covered series: Dr. Jessica Duarte

Proudly funded by Cure Cancer. We’ve sat down with Australian skin cancer researcher Dr. Jessica Duarte to ask a few questions around her incredible research and sun safety.
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How to protect your skin from sun exposure through glass

How to protect your skin from sun exposure through glass

Think UV protection isn't required indoors? Think again. Find out more on why you should still wear your sun protection in the car, in the office, or even at home.
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Immunosuppressants and Skin Cancer: What you need to know

Immunosuppressants and Skin Cancer: What you need to know

Find out how taking immunosuppressive drugs can lead to a higher risk of developing skin cancer.
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Which occupations have the highest risk of skin cancer?

Which occupations have the highest risk of skin cancer?

Any role which involves being outside for more than an hour a day means that you are routinely exposed to the sun and therefore at risk of sun burn, skin ageing and skin cancer. Over 90% of skin cancers are caused by sun exposure.

We have listed a number of jobs which will expose you to a higher risk of sun exposure and therefore skin cancer.
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