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Fun in the sun for the young

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National Skin Cancer Action Week aims to remind Australians of the dangers skin exposure can pose later on in life.

Rachael Ward spoke to Sue Heward from Sunsmart, melanoma survivor Tarryn Stenvei and dermatologist Adrian Mar to find out more about young people’s attitudes towards sun exposure and how you can minimise your risks.

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November 21st 2014
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