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[FROM THE NEWS] Morning-after sun cream may cut skin cancer
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Thu Sep 01, 2005 3:45 am      Reply with quote
I came across this in the news today and it sounds very interesting (allbeit a little bit too good to be true at the moment). Basically, it talks about the development of a cream that you use the morning after you had been out in the sun and the cream (or rather a protein used in the cream) repairs the DNA damage done by the sun. The product is called Demericine but won't hit the market till at least 2007....

http://www.news.com.au/story/0,10117,16446973-421,00.html

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Thu Sep 01, 2005 2:48 pm      Reply with quote
I know even the doctors advocate sunscreen while you're out anyway, and not to use something like a cell repair cream as an alternative to sunscreen, but it scares me to think that many people will use it as an excuse to do stupid things like stay out in the sun for hours without any protection.

Living in NZ, even when the day is quite mild and cloudy, the burn times are still around 5-10 minutes in summer. But I still see so many girls wearing skimpy outfits and thinking it's COOL to be all sunburnt the next day!!
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Sat Sep 03, 2005 1:24 am      Reply with quote
Yeah, I agree with you. I think that there is a danger that people will use this instead of sunblock, or as an excuse to spend more time in the sun.

For most of us EDSers though it would be great to have this in combination with sunblock and a vitamin C serum Smile

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