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The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal 2015 - PDF Download


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journal-sm.jpgThe Skin Cancer Foundation Journal 2015 Digital PDF Edition

Would you believe that many top colleges across the US either have tanning centers on campus, or allow students to use their campus cash cards for tanning right off-campus? Did you know that air pollution can combine with sun damage to wreak even greater havoc on your skin? Or that both children and senior citizens face special threats from everyday sun exposure of which they’re completely unaware? There is much to explore and enlighten you in the The 2015 Skin Cancer Foundation Journal. For 33 years, the Journal has been the flagship publication of The Skin Cancer Foundation, and it has expanded in ambition and scope every year. Since 1979, The Skin Cancer Foundation has worked to raise awareness of skin cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment, and the Journal is a proud product of that mission. Our medically reviewed, consumer-friendly content is intended for knowledge-hungry readers like you – offering a mix of beauty, lifestyle, health, medical breakthroughs, and personal stories to broaden your understanding of skin cancer.

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  • President’s Message
  • Skin Cancer World News Summary
  • Skin Cancer Foundation News and Programs
  • Skin Cancer Foundation Media Efforts
  • 9 Steps to Save Your Skin


  • Sun Undone: Reversing Facial UV Damage by Deborah S. Sarnoff, MD
  • The New UV: Pollution by Debra Jaliman, MD
  • They're Here! The New Wave of Beauty Products SPFs Built In
  • Light & Dark: Sun-Safe Choices From Your Own Closet
  • A Fashion Model's Secrets to Lifelong Beauty
  • The Truth about Retinoids by Linda Franks, MD, and Panta Rouhani Schaffer, MD, PHD, MPH
  • Do You Know Your Ultraviolet ABC's? by Amy Forman Taub, MD


  • Celebs Speak Out: Tanning is No Longer in Style
  • My Wild, Irish Skin Cancer by Donal Logue
  • Killer Tans on Campus by Sherry L. Pagoto, PhD, Robert Dellavalle, MD, PhD, and colleagues
  • College Tanners: Hard Lessons Learned
  • Why Do We Tan? How Do We Stop? by Meg Gerrard, PhD, and Rick Gibbons, PhD


  • Sun-Accessorize Your Sport
  • Chuck DeVoe And A Life Well Lived: An Inspired Indianan Laid Low by Melanoma by C. William Hanke, MD
  • Know Your ABCDE's for Early Melanoma Detection
  • Common Sense Sun Protection for Tennis Players
  • Ashley's Journey
  • Vitamin D by Melanie Palm, MD
  • How Much Vitamin Do You Need?
  • Eat Your D Today
  • A Sun Day in the Life of your Child by Cynthia J. Price, MD


  • The Immune Revolution: A New Generation of Melanoma Therapies by Perry Robins, MD, and Maritza Perez, MD
  • Perfecting the Targeted Therapies by Perry Robins, MD, and Maritza Perez, MD
  • The Sun Keeps Rising: Why Seniors Can't Skip Protection by Robert A. Norman, MD
  • What Is My Melanoma Risk? by Amy Rose, MD

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