Sun-damaged skin is not sexy, dermatologist says

04/12/2011 | Southeast Missourian (Cape Girardeau)

Some people don't start protecting their skin from the sun until after their skin is damaged or they've experienced skin cancer, says dermatologist Dr. Charles Moon. "I see very large amounts of skin cancers, some of which are horrific and disfiguring," Moon said. More women are presenting with cancers on the buttocks or breasts now, a trend Moon and other doctors attribute to the use of indoor tanning salons.

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