The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal

MAY 2012

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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9 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 10 2011 FOUNDATION NEWS ROUND UP 14 SCF NEWS 15 SCF MEDIA EFFORTS 16 FIVE YEARS OF FREE SCREENINGS ACROSS AMERICA 18 THE SKIN CANCER FOUNDATION'S INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE: SAN ANDRÉS, COLOMBIA Natalia Jaimes, MD BEAUTY 22 CELEB SECRETS FOR HEALTHY, GREAT-LOOKING SKIN 27 KEEP ON GLOWING 29 FAKE IT, DON'T BAKE IT: Meet Today's Sunless Tanners Farah K. Ahmed 32 SECRETS OF A PLASTIC SURGEON: Saving Face After Skin Cancer Darrick Antell, MD LIFESTYLE 34 TEEN TANNERS: The New Face of Melanoma 38 HOOKED ON TANNING: Why You Shouldn't Start Arianne S. Kourosh, MD, and Heidi Jacobe, MD, MSCS 41 SUNSCREEN CUTS MELANOMA RISK IN HALF: How Breakthrough Research Provided First Direct Evidence Adele C. Green, MD 44 VITAMIN D: Getting the Message Right Maral Skelsey, MD 46 REPELLING THE RAYS WHEN KIDS PLAY: A Guide for Parents Maribeth Bambino Chitkara, MD 51 SKIN CANCER AND THE GENDER GAP: Why More Men Die from Skin Cancer Michael Steppie, MD 53 TAYLOR TODD: Melanoma Survivor at 26 Read the Journal online: Visit for the latest news and information on skin cancer prevention, early detection, treatment and research. 51 46 34 38 29 16 22

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