Summertime fun with the family is all fun in the sun until you or someone you love suffers from a sunburn. And sunburns have serious consequences later in life.
Studies show that men are more likely to die of melanoma than women at any age. By age 50, men are also more likely than women to develop melanoma. By age 65, men are two times as likely as women to get melanoma. By age 80, men are three times more likely than women.
Hear from a Siteman Cancer Center dermatologist about types of skin cancer and the best approach to skin cancer prevention, including sunscreen recommendations.