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Patients Skin cancer

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Member Carenity • Community manager
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Hello,

Skin cancer is commonly linked to excessive ultraviolet (UV) light exposure - from the sun or tanning beds - and inadequate UV protection, such as protective clothing and/or sunscreen.

How about you? Has your skin cancer been linked to previous or excessive UV exposure? 

Beginning of the discussion - 7/2/19

Is your skin cancer linked to UV exposure?
Member Carenity
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Hi Lee - thank you for welcoming to Carenity. 

I did develop skin cancer on my nose due to UV exposure. I am very fair skinned and spent too much time in the sun and tanning beds. Doing what I can now to make sure I am healthy and safe from the sun.