The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal

MAY 2015

The 2012 edition of The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal features medically reviewed, reader-friendly articles such as tanning, the increasing incidence of skin cancer diagnoses among young women, & the prevalence of melanoma among white males over 50.

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1 0 5 For the latest information and updates go to: References SKIN CANCER COSTS SOARING (P.8) 1. Guy G, Machlin S, Ekwueme D, Yabroff K. Prevalence and costs of skin cancer treatment in the U.S., 2002- 2006 and 2007-2011. Am J Prev Med 2014; 48:183-187. FINALLY: HIGH SCHOOL TANNING DROPS (P.9) 1. Guy GP Jr, Berkowitz Z, Everett Jones S, et al. Trends in indoor tanning among US high school students, 2009-2013. JAMA Dermatol 2015; 151(4):448-450. 2. Guy GP, Jr, Berkowitz Z, Watson M, Holman DM, Richardson LC. Indoor tanning among young non- hispanic white females. JAMA Intern Med 2013; 173(20):1920-1922. SUN UNDONE (P.18) 1. Gilchrest BA. Skin and Aging Processes. 1984: 67-81. CRC Press. Boca Raton. THE NEW UV: POLLUTION (P.22) 1. Burke KE, Wei H. Synergistic damage by UVA ra- diation and pollutants. Toxicology and Industrial Health 2009; 25:219-224. 2. Laino C. Pollution may aggravate skin damage from sun. WebMD. February 8, 2011. sun/20110208/pollution-may-aggravate-skin-damage- from-sun. Accessed March 13, 2015. 3. Guy GP, Machlin SR, Ekwueme DU, Yabroff KR. Prevalence and costs of skin cancer treatment in the U.S., 2002-2006 and 2007-2011. Am J Prev Med 2014; 104(4):e69-e74. 4. American Cancer Society. Cancer Facts & Figures 2015. documents/document/acspc-044552.pdf. Accessed March 13, 2015. 5. Environmental Indicators: Ozone Depletion. epa. gov/ozone/science/indicat/. Last updated 8/9/2010. Accessed March 16, 2015. 6. Boffetta P, Jourenkova N, Gustavsson P. Cancer risk from occupational and environmental exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Cancer Causes Con- trol 1997; 8(3):444-72. THEY'RE HERE! THE NEW WAVE OF BEAUTY PRODUCTS (P.24) 1. Romanowski S. Sun Protection and Sunless Tan- ners–US–November 2014. Mintel Reports. Viewed May 18, 2015. Retrieved from display/679811/ THE TRUTH ABOUT RETINOIDS (P.32) 1. Eckel R. Vitamin A the superhero of skincare. Prime 2014:24-34. 2. Babcock M, Mehta RC, Makino ET. A randomized, double-blind, split-face study comparing the effcacy and tolerability of three retinol-based products vs. three treti- noin-based products in subjects with moderate to severe facial photodamage. J Drugs Dermatol 2015; 14(1):24-30. 3. Kligman A, Grove G, Hirose R. Topical tretinoin for photoaged skin. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986; 15:836-59. 4. Fluhr J, Vienne M, Lauze C. Tolerance profle of reti- nol, retinaldehyde, and retinoic acid under maximized and long-term clinical conditions. Dermatology 1999; 199(Suppl1):57-60. 5. Wang SQ, Dusza SW, Lim HW. Safety of retinyl palmitate in sunscreens: a critical analysis. J Am Acad Dermatol 2010; 63(5):903-6. 6. Gaspar LR, Tharmann J, Maia Campos PM, Liebsch M. Skin phototoxicity of cosmetic formulations contain- ing photounstable and photostable UV-flters and vita- min A palmitate. Toxicol in Vitro 2013; 27:418-425. 7. Fu PP, Xia Q, Yin JJ, et al. Photodecomposition of vitamin A and photobiological implications for the skin. Photochem and Photobiol 2007; 83:409-424. 8. The Retinyl Palmitate Controversy. SunscreenSafety. info. Reviewed April 13, 2015. 9. Darlenski R, Surber C, Fluhr JW. Topical retinoids in the management of photodamaged skin: from theory to evidence-based practical approach. Br J Dermatol 2010; 163(6):1157-65. DO YOU KNOW YOUR (ULTRAVIOLET) ABCS? (P.36) 1. Sanlorenzo M, Vujic I, Posch C. The risk of melano- ma in pilots and cabin crew: UV measurements in fying airplanes. Research Letter. Published online. JAMA Der- matol December 17, 2014. doi:10.1001/jamadermatol. 2014.4643 2. Gordon JRS, and Brieva JC. Unilateral dermatohe- liosis. N Engl J Med 2012; 366:e25. 3. Mouret S, Forestier A, Douki T. The specifcity of UVA- induced DNA damage in human melanocytes. Photo- chemPhotobiol Sci 2012; 11(1):155-62. 4. have-better-sunscreens/(January 18, 2015). 5. 07/2015-00002/sunscreen-feedback-letters-notice-of- availability-under-the-sunscreen-innovation-act#t-1 BuyingUsingMedicineSafely/UnderstandingOver-the- CounterMedicines/ucm239463.htm#bottom 6. Leite-Silva VR, Le Lamer M, Sanchez WY, et al. The effect of formulation on the penetration of coated and uncoated zinc oxide nanoparticles into the viable epider- mis of human skin in vivo. Eur J Pharm Biopharm 2013 Jun; 84(2):297-308. 7. Colantonio S, Bracken MB, Beecker J. The asso- ciation of indoor tanning and melanoma in adults: sys- tematic review and meta-analysis. J Am Acad Dermatol 2014; 70(5):847-57.e1-18. 8. Yam JC, Kwok AK. Ultraviolet light and ocular diseases. Int Ophthalmol 2014 Apr; 34(2):383-400. KILLER TANS ON CAMPUS (P.44) 1. Pagoto SL, Lemon SC, Oleski JL, et al. Availability of tanning beds on US college campuses. JAMA Dermatol 2015;151(1):59-63. 2. El Ghissassi F, Bann R, Starif K, et al. A review of hu- man carcinogens — Part D: radiation. Lancet Oncol 2009; 10 (August):751-2. 3. Wehner MR, Chren MM, Nameth D, et al. Internation- al prevalence of indoor tanning: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA Dermatol 2014; 150(4):390-400. 4. Boniol M, Autier P, Boyle P, Gandini S. Cutane- ous melanoma attributable to sunbed use: system- atic review and meta-analysis. BMJ 2012; 345:e4757. doi:10.1136/bmj.e4757 5. Cust AE, Armstrong BK, Goumas C, et al. Sunbed use during adolescence and early adulthood is associ- ated with increased risk of early-onset melanoma. Int J Cancer 2011; 128(10):2425-2435. 6. Zhang M, Qureshi AA, Geller AC, et al. Use of tanning beds and incidence of skin cancer. J Clin Oncol 2012; 30(14):1588-93. 7. Swerdlow AJ, Weinstock MA. Do tanning lamps cause melanoma? An epidemiologic assessment. J Am Acad Dermatol 1998; 38(1):89-98. 8. Services USDoHaH. The Surgeon General's Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer 2014; http://www. call-to-action-prevent-skin-cancer.pdf. Accessed 03/04/15. 9. Guy GP, Jr., Berkowitz Z, Jones SE, et al. State indoor tanning laws and adolescent indoor tanning. Am J Pub- lic Health 2014; 104(4):e69-74. Accessed April 2. 10. Boyers L, Karimkhani C, Crane LA, et al. Buying indoor tanning with university debit cards. J Am Acad Dermatol 2014; 71(1):199-201. 11. Grigoryan KV, Best A, Dellavalle RP. University tort liability for allowing college debit card purchasing of indoor UV tanning services. JAMA Dermatol 2015; doi:10.1001/jamadermatol.2014.5350. [Epub ahead of print] COLLEGE TANNERS (P.48) 1. Wehner MR, Chren MM, Nameth D, et al. Internation- al prevalence of indoor tanning: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA Dermatol 2014; 150(4):390-400. 2. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: Use of indoor tanning devices by adults—United States 2010. mm6118a2.htm Published May 11, 2012. Accessed March 5, 2015. 3. Purdue MP, Freeman LEB, Anderson WF, Tucker MA. Recent trends in incidence of cutaneous melanoma among US Caucasian young adults. J Invest Dermatol 2008; 128:2905-2908.doi:10.1038/jid. 2008.159; published online 10 July 2008. Last checked June 4, 2014. 4. Noar SM, Myrick JG, Morales-Pico B, Thomas NE. Development and validation of the Comprehensive In- door Tanning Expectations scale. JAMA Dermatol 2014; 150(5):512-521. 5. Hornung RL, Poorsattar S. Tanning addiction: the new form of substance abuse. The Skin Cancer Founda- tion Journal 2010; 28:28-29. 6. Mosher CE, Danoff-Burg S. Addiction to indoor tanning: relation to anxiety, depression and substance abuse. Arch Dermatol 2010; 146(4):412-417. References S K I N C A N C E R F O U N D A T I O N

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