The Weekly: Fighting skin cancer this summer, Biden’s ‘Cancer Cabinet’ pressed to target toxins and more

Published on May 6, 2022

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Everything you need to know to fight sunburns, premature aging and skin cancer this summer

THURSDAY, May 5 (CNN) — The bright red spot, tender skin, days of peeling — it’s only part of the sun damage story.

Sunburns are the most immediately annoying evidence of too much time spent unprotected in the sun, but what we often don’t see right away is the accelerated skin aging and risk of skin cancer that can go along with them.

In other news. . .

Woman’s hidden skin cancer spotted by ‘savior’ stranger
May 5, TODAY




Experts press Biden’s ‘Cancer Cabinet’ to target toxics
May 4, E&E News




Deadly skin cancer can appear anywhere on the body, even where the sun doesn’t shine
May 2, WTOP




Ovarian cancer is not a silent killer
May 5, The Philadelphia Inquirer



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