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Summer sunblock safety

Coastal-living Baby Boomers spent the 1970s bathed in baby oil, UVB rays and beach time. And they certainly have the sun damage to prove it, with many making annual pilgrimages to the dermatologist for ongoing treatments of BCCs (basal cell carcinoma). In spite of the  ‘Slip, slop, slap, seek, and slide’ campaign people are still getting burnt. Presenter Sam Baran spoke with Dr. Natasha Cook a specialist dermatologist located in Sydney.

 

Producer: Liane Colwell

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