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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer at a new promising new tool in the fight against skin cancer introduced; National Cancer Inst. statistics cited.
(New York: John McKenzie) The development of a morning after lotion to be used after a sunburn to reduce the risk of cancer examined; diagram shown of how the protein in the lotion repairs the skin cell DNA; details given from the study in "The Lancet." [Four WOMEN - talk about getting sunburned.] [AGI Dermatics Daniel YAROSH†- says the lotion repairs skin damage.] [National Cancer Inst. Dr. John DiGIOVANNA†- says the lotion was found to benefit the patients.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- McKenzie, John
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