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Our new, heartfelt documentary uncovers the revealing journeys of seven families and one dermatologist. Discover how their unexpected lessons can educate the next generation on the risks of skin cancers.
Skin cancer can affect all skin types, so it’s important to know the warning signs. Take a moment to view our self exam guide and practice sun safety.
Know the Facts
Information provided by the Melanoma Research Foundation
You often hear that tanning gives you vitamin D and a “healthy glow,” but you can get all the vitamin D you need from a vitamin supplement.
Every time you tan, you speed up your body’s wrinkling process and damage skin cells.
Using tanning beds before age 30 increases your risk of developing melanoma by 75 percent! Yikes!
Melanoma is the second-most-common type of cancer in teens and young adults and is the leading cause of cancer death in women 25–30 years old.
Melanoma does not discriminate—it strikes men and women of ALL ages, races and skin tones.
To learn more sun safety facts, visit melanoma.org