Summertime means fun in the sun, and in Colorado, that fun is often year-round. So is the need to protect ourselves from harmful effects of sun exposure. For this month’s Healthy Conversation, KRCC’s Andrea Chalfin is joined by Major James Twede, Chief of Dermatology at Fort Carson. The conversation begins by talking about why the sun can be so damaging.

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Additional Information:

The Skin Cancer Foundation
American Academy of of Dermatology: Understanding Skin Cancer
Centers for Disease Control: Skin Cancer Awareness

 

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