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The Science of Sun Protection

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We'll also look at sun exposure and summer skin care. How do sunscreens work? How can they be made to work better? And why is it that some of the more effective sunscreens aren't available in this country?

Guests:

Cheryl Rosen, chair, Ontario Sun Safety Working Group. Chair, National Sun Safety Committee. Head, Division of Dermatology, Toronto Western Hospital; associate professor, faculty of medicine, University of Toronto

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