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.
The incidence of non-melanoma skin cancer is increasing, despite the increased use of sun screen and increased indoor lifestyles.
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.
Professor Moan and colleagues conducted a study which examines the relationship between UVA and UVB exposure and rates of melanoma in Norway and Sweden.