London: Indoor tanning is already an established risk factor for malignant melanoma, the less common but deadliest form of skin cancer.Now, a new analysis led by UCSF has confirmed that indoor tanning significantly increases the risk of non-melanoma skin cancers, the most common human skin cancers.In the most extensive examination of published findings on the subject, the researchers estimate that indoor tanning is responsible for more than 170,000 new cases annually of non-melanoma skin cancers in the United States – and many more worldwide.Young people who patronize tanning salons before age 25 have a significantly higher risk of developing basal cell carcinomas compared to those who never use the popular tanning booths, the researchers reported.
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