Community service announcement: An important message on sun protection from Home and Away
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Super: National Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign, What’s the big deal about skin cancer?
Indiana Evans: Melanoma is the most common form of life threatening cancer in 15 to 24 year olds.
Super: How to protect yourself from the sun?
Bobby Morley: And it's not just about wearing sunscreen or sunnies. It's about wearing protective clothing, standing in the shade and wearing a hat. So if you remember those five simple things to protect yourself from the sun you're set for a great summer … if you’re going somewhere cool.
Super: When do you need to protect yourself from the sun?
Bobby Morley: And you need to protect yourself at all times, not just in summer or when you are at the beach. It could even be on a cloudy day …
Indiana Evans: for any amount of time. I always think about protecting myself in the sun when I go to the beach, or outdoor markets …
Bobby Morley: Or when I go rock climbing on the weekends and you guys should too.
Indiana Evans: Go rock climbing?
Bobby Morley: No. Protect yourself from the sun. Yeah.
Super: The National Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign, Protect Yourself in Five Ways from Skin Cancer, logo.
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