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Scripps Dermatologists Offer Sun Safety Tips to Prevent Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers

Left to right: KUSI host Ginger Jeffries, Jessica Harned of the American Heart Association and Benjamin Kelley, MD, a dermatologist at Scripps Clinic.

Left to right: Ginger Jeffries, KUSI, Jessica Harned, American Heart Association, Dr. Benjamin Kelley, Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center

Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers

Benjamin Kelley, MD, and Hugh Greenway, MD, both dermatologists at Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center, recently offered sun safety tips to help prevent skin cancer on local TV news programs just in time for the start of summer.

View the segment featuring Dr. Greenway on CBS 8: How much sun is too much?

View the segment featuring Dr. Kelley on KUSI: Sun Safety

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