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Photosensitivity: A Reason to Be Safer in the Sun
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Skin Cancer Foundation
Michael W Steppie, MD posted:
Did you know that certain medications and medical conditions can cause increased sensitivity to the sun's ultraviolet rays? Learn how to combat photosensitivity by taking extra caution when in the sun by reading the article, "Photosensitivity — A Reason to Be Even Safer in the Sun" from the 2008 edition of The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal.
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