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本帖最后由 sainfoinwy 于 2009-5-30 11:09 编辑

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Skin cancer on the rise


Cancer Research UK release their latest figures, and say 'binge tanning' is partly to blame for the rise in skin cancer cases.



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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bask in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases of malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. Hazel Nunn is in Cancer Research UK:

"And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. And we can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn't before."

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of suncream.


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本帖最后由 sophiaxd 于 2009-5-25 21:26 编辑

Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bathe in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases as malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. / from Cancer Research UK:

 

"And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. We can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of the existing mole or to a pattern of skin that suddenly becomes pigment to where it wasn't before."

 

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of sun cream.

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Temperatures at the bank holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far, and unrivaled many foreign holiday destinations, so lots of us put on the shorts and go out to the baths of warmth, but cancer researchers in the UK are warning that the cool bench tanning is partly to blame for the massive rise of the number of people with deadly form of skin cancer. Cases in ... which is potentially fatal has risen to more than 650 since last year,that means the number of cases diagnose in UK is now above 100,400.    ** is a cancer researcher in UK.

"we do know more women are diagnosed for the disease than men, but more men die from this disease,we can't be 100% sure why that is, but it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men,and that maybe men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious,the changes that we talk about, when we talk about suspicious changes,changes are the side shade of color that never existing more, to partial skin suddenly becomes pigment where wasn't before."

The * said it doesn't mean people get out of enjoying the sun, they just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest part of the day, covering up and applying plenty of suncream.

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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bath in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases as malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. Hazel Nunn is from Cancer Research UK:

"And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. And we can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn't before."

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of sun cream.
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Temperatures at the Bank Holiday weekend have been one of the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have poured on the shores and got out to bath in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK has a warning that what they bench-tanning is partly to blame for the mass of rise and a number of people with a deadly form of skin cancer. Cases of malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal has risen by more than 650 since last year. That means the number of cases died of it in UK is now above 10,400. Hazel Nance, Cancer Research UK.
As we do know more women are diagnosed with the disease than men, but more men died of the disease. We can’t be 100% sure of why that is but it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctor’s when they find something suspicious and changes that we’re talking about---women talk about what suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigment to where it wasn’t before.
The charity says it doesn’t mean you can’t get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest part of the day, covering up, and applying plenty of sun cream.
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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday have been the highest of the year so far, and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us put on our shorts and got out to bath in the warmth.. But cancer research UK are warning the word they called "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases of malignant ~which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year. That means the numbers of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400.Here is announce from cancer research UK

" And we know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. And we can't be 100 percent sure of why it is ,but it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we talking about suspicious changes are, change to the size, shape and color of the existing mole or to a pattern of skin that suddenly becomes pigment to where it wasn't before."

The charity says it doesn't mean you cannot get out and enjoy the sun, they just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest part of the day, covering up and applying plenty of sun cream.
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We do know the more women diagnosed with the disease than men but more men died from the diseases. We can’t be 100% sure why that is but it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and may be men is less likely to go to the doctor when they find something suspicious and changes we talked about. When we talk about suspicious changes all changes to the size shape color or existing mole or to patch the skin suddenly becomes / it wasn’t before.

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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bask in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases as malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. Hazel Nunn is from Cancer Research UK:

"And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. And we can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn't before."

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of sun cream.
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本帖最后由 sainfoinwy 于 2009-5-27 12:54 编辑

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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bath in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases as malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. Here is an announce from Cancer Research UK:

"And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. And we can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn't before."

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of sun cream.
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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bask in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases of malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. Hazel Nunn is in Cancer Research UK:

"And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. And we can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn't before."


The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of suncream.
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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bask in the warmth. But  Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases of malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. Hazel Nunn is in Cancer Research UK:
"And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. And we can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn't before."

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying a plenty of suncream.
本帖最后由 littlecase 于 2009-6-1 21:52 编辑

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Temperatures over the bank holiday weekend has been highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shores, and gone out to bask in the water, but cancer research center in UK are warning that what they call binge tanning is partly to blame for massive rise in the number of people with the deadly forms of skin cancer. Cases of malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal has risen by more than 650 since last year that means the number of the case diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400.

Hazel Nunn is in cancer research of UK.

We do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men, but more men die from the disease. And we can’t be 100% sure that why that is. But it certainly seems that a skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that may be that men are less likely to go to doctors. And the changes we’re talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape, color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn’t before.

The charity says it doesn’t mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest part of the day, covering up and applying plenty of sun cream.
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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bask in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call binge tanning is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases of malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400. Hazel Nunn is in Cancer Research in UK.

We do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men but more men die from the disease. We can't be 100% sure of why that is but it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go the doctor's when they find something suspicious and the changes that we're talking about when we talk about suspicious changes are changes to the size, shape and color of an existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented where it wasn't before.

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun, they just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of suncream.

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Temperatures over the Bank Holiday weekend have been the highest of the year so far and rivaled many foreign holiday destinations. So lots of us have put on the shorts and gone out to bask in the warmth. But Cancer Research UK are warning that what they call "binge tanning" is partly to blame for the massive rise in the number of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer. Cases as malignant melanoma which is potentially fatal have risen by more than 650 since last year, that means the number of cases diagnosed in the UK is now above 10,400.
Hazel Nuns from Cancer Research UK "And we do know that more women are diagnosed with the disease than men, but more men die from the disease. We can't be 100% sure of why that is. But it certainly seems that skin cancer has been picked up later in men and that maybe that men are less likely to go to the doctors when they find something suspicious. And the changes that we are talking about, when we are talking about suspicious changes are, changes to the size, shape and color of the existing mole or to a patch of skin that suddenly becomes pigmented to where it wasn't before."

The charity says it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy the sun. They just warn that people should be careful by staying in the shade during the hottest parts of the day, covering up and applying plenty of sun cream.
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