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Your search for "Skin Cancer" has returned 5 results.

Title: Baby Sid sun protection steps
Summary: Childhood and adolescence are critical periods during which exposure to UV radiation is more likely to contribute to skin cancer in later life. Parents have an important role to ensure their children establish healthy sun protection habits during the early years. Research into the effectiveness of role modelling shows us that adopting sun protective behaviours yourself means your children will be more likely to do the same. This resource provides simple information about the five sun protection measures recommended during the daily sun protection times (issued whenever UV levels reach three or higher). The resource is two-sided with English on one side and one of 10 languages on the other.

Title: Be sunsmart
Summary: The major cause of skin cancer is too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. This information sheet outlines how you can protect yourself against sun damage.

Title: Chemotherapy safety at home
Summary: If you have chemotherapy at home, you should use the precautions described in the patient information sheet.

Title: Eating to prevent and treat pressure injuries
Summary: ‘Eating to prevent and treat pressure injuries’ raises awareness of the relationship between nutrition and pressure injury prevention and management.

Title: Skin changes and care during radiation therapy
Summary: Radiotherapy can cause skin changes because it can damage healthy skin cells in the area that is treated. This patient information sheet explains what to expect, how long the skin changes will last and how to treat them.

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