Sydney: A study has found that people under the age of 30, who use solariums more than 10 times, are at an increased risk of developing melanoma.
Dr Anne Cust, the study`s lead author and a senior lecturer at the University of Sydney, said there was no question the beds should be regulated. "The main concern is that people who use them don`t understand the risks. I work in cancer prevention, so I guess my point of view is for further regulation to protect young people," she said. Melanoma accounts for about a third of NSW cancers in people under 30 and is the most common cancer in women aged 15-29 years. The study has been published in the International Journal of Cancer.ANI
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