Abstract| Volume 60, ISSUE 4, PS8, April 2007

Solar radiation, carcinogenesis and radical damage: Measuring damage, susceptibility and improving protection

      The incidence of melanoma continues to rise and since 1975 has more than trebled in the UK. Melanoma is unresponsive to current radio- and chemotherapies, thus prevention remains a priority in reducing its incidence.
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