Commentary: A criteria-validated sun-exposure questionnaire to evaluate skin cancer prevention campaigns
Melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancer remain significant health and economic cost burdens in many countries. However, skin cancer incidence is now decreasing in younger age groups in some countries, and this has been linked to strong health promotion campaigns. One issue with evaluating the success of these campaigns lies in the lag in years between the risky sun exposure and the development of the skin cancer, meaning that a reduction in skin cancer incidence may not be apparent for...[Show more]
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