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than squamous cell and basal cell skin cancers (sometimes called non-melanoma skin cancers) - Both are known as non-melanoma skin cancer and they can usually be treated successfully …
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that highlight the importance of early detection of breast, colorectal and skin cancer. … are small changes you can make in your lifestyle to reduce your risk of developing cancer. …
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​Checking your skin for changes will help you learn what is normal for your own body and to … ​Skin cancer and early detection … Early Detection of CancerHealthy LivingSun Safety …
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Starting at age 21, if you have had skin-to-skin sexual contact you should get a pap test every 3 … Changes to the cells of the cervix that lead to cancer can be caused by exposure to …
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by 75%. Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. Exposure … indoor tanning session can INCREASE the RISK of SKIN CANCER. Document disponible en français.
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UV) rays can lead to: sunburns, skin damage, wrinkles and skin cancer. • Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Canada, and rates are increasing. • Skin cancer …
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instead. 1 4 2 5 3Sun exposure and your skin & eyes Exposure to UV rays can lead to: • Skin cancer • Eye lesions • Skin damage • Cataracts • Sunburns • Retinal Burns PEOPLE …
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effects of UV rays. Sun exposure and your skin and eyes Exposure to UV rays can lead to: • Skin cancer • Eye lesions • Skin damage …
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light coloured clothing that covers as much skin as possible, avoiding areas with tall grass …
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fever and fatigue can also accompany these skin lesions. Why is it a concern in Northwestern … through inhalation or through cuts in your skin. Some people who come into contact with the …
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