Doc’s Controversial Ideas About UV Benefits Could Gain Traction As Sunscreen Deterrents Add Up
The American Academy of Dermatology has expressed concerns about possible declines in sunscreen use due to increased regulation and negative publicity. Across the pond, one dermatologist believes overemphasis of sun avoidance and sunscreen reliance actually could be a public health disservice.
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