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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"Tanning Is So '90s." KILLER TANS ON CAMPUS | WHY DO WE TAN? | CELEBS SPEAK OUT: TANNING IS NO LONGER IN STYLE | AND MORE Starts on page 40 1 S K I N C A N C E R F O U N D A T I O N 7 President's Message News Round-Up 8 Skin Cancer World News Summary 12 Skin Cancer Foundation News and Programs 14 Skin Cancer Foundation Media Efforts 16 9 Steps to Save Your Skin Protecting Beauty 18 Sun Undone: Reversing Facial UV Damage 22 The New UV: Pollution 24 They're Here! The New Wave of Beauty Products With SPF's Built In 26 LIGHT & DARK: Sun-Safe Choices From Your Own Closet 30 A Fashion Model's Secrets to Lifelong Beauty 32 The Truth About Retinoids 36 Do You Know Your (Ultraviolet) ABCs? Tanning Is So '90s 40 Celebs Speak Out: Tanning Is No Longer In Style 42 "My Wild Irish Cancer" Donal Logue Confronts Skin Cancer 44 Killer Tans on Campus 48 College Tanners: Hard Lessons Learned 54 Why Do We Tan? How Do We Stop? A Sun-Safe Life 56 Sun-Accessorize Your Sport 60 Chuck DeVoe And a Life Well Lived: an Inspired Indianan Laid Low By Melanoma 63 Common Sense Sun Protection For Tennis Players 63 Know Your ABCDE's For Early Melanoma Detection 64 Ashley's Journey 68 Vitamin D: A Bad Excuse For A Tan 71 How Much Vitamin D Do You Need? 71 Eat Your D Today 72 A Sun Day in the Life of Your Child C E

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