A new study found that there were no differences between the incidence of basal cell carcinoma and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma when comparing daily sunscreen use to discretionary use.
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Meta-analysis: How vitamin D intake and overall serum level influence risk of melanoma or non-melanoma cancers
A new comprehensive review analyzes the available research to explore the complex relationship between vitamin D, sun exposure, and skin cancer.
Two papers made recommendations on how to reduce skin cancer incidence rates. While reducing skin cancer incidence is a worthwhile health measure, overall health should not be compromised.
Dr Cannell reviews Professor Glossmann’s paper discussing why the elderly should expose themselves to moderate, regular sun exposure as often as possible.
Dr Cannell discusses UV exposure and sunburns and their effect on squamous cell carcinoma, a non-melanoma skin cancer.
As we head into Memorial Day Weekend, Brant Cebulla takes a closer look at the relationship between vitamin D, UV exposure, and skin cancer.