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Children-Skin Cancer

University Beat takes a look at "Sun Protection for Florida's Children," a National Cancer Institute-funded project of USF's Department of Family Medicine to determine how information and intervention can help protect children from skin cancer.

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Sarah Jacobsen Capps, Principal of Tampa's Lanier Elementary School, says that, thanks to "Sun Protection for Florida's Children," some of her fifth graders are teaching their parents and siblings about the dangers of sun exposure.

For more information

Kymia Love Jackson, Project Director, Sun Protection for Florida's Children
E-mail: klove@health.usf.edu or 813-974-4796

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