Fast Facts About Skin Cancer

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, 80 percent of a person’s lifetime exposure to ultraviolet radiation occurs before the ages of 18 to 20. * Children’s skin is especially sensitive to direct sunlight because they don’t have as many pigment cells as adults do. Children burn faster, and cumulative skin damage starts with the first exposure. * Experts say that one bad sunburn in childhood could double the risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, later in life. …


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