JOSE BRECHNER of according to the Skin Cancer Foundation (Foundation for Skin Cancer) skin cancer is the most common of all forms of cancer, with a million new victims each year in the United States. There are more cases of skin cancer than all forms of cancer combined, including breast, prostate, lung and colon. One in five people will develop skin cancer throughout his life. The most common is the Basal Cell Carcinoma rarely is fatal but can be severely disfiguring. The second most frequent is the Squamous Cell Carcinoma.
Both the basal and the squamosal are reproduced without melanoma (tumour). Between 40% and 50% of those who reach the age of 65 will develop one at least once. 90% Of cancers without melanoma are associated with exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays which are divided into three basic categories: UVA, UVB and UVC. The grape are sun rays more common to those who are exposed and constitute 95% of UV rays. They are present with equal intensity in every moment of the day, they pass through clouds and glasses. The grapes are the rays that Tan, penetrate the skin more deeply than the UVB but they are less intense. They are causing wrinkles and premature aging.
Until recently not considered them are very harmful but according to scientific discoveries of the past two years it was observed that they can initiate cancer. Both the grape natural as those of tanning salons cause cumulative damage. The UVB RAYS are the main cause of skin cancer. They hurt the most superficial epidermis and its intensity varies according to the season and the time of day. Usually become strongest between 10: 00 AM and 4: 00 PM. They do not penetrate the glass easily, but its reflection in the water, ice or snow increases its power.