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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 228
Hit your mates with the surprising truths about melanoma: cancercouncil.com.au/longgame It’s never too late to reduce your risk of melanoma and improve your Don’t drive a wedge in your game, be sun safe. 1 UV radiation causes 95% of melanomas & 99% of all skin cancers, and can damage unprotected skin even on cloudy and cold days. Use sun protection every time you play to reduce your risk. Be on par with your sun protection. 2 Applying dry touch/active sunscreen, wearing long-sleeved tops, broad brimmed hats and sunglasses designed for golf, and seeking shade where possible reduces golfers’ risk of melanoma. Hit your mates with the surprising truths about melanoma: cancercouncil.com.au/longgame Sunscreen, before you hit the green. 3 To be protected, apply a golf ball-sized amount of sunscreen to ALL exposed skin, not forgetting neck & ears. Apply 20 mins before you go out, then reapply every 2 hrs. Drive home sun protection, whatever your age. 4 At 40+ men are twice as likely as women to die of melanoma. But it’s never too late to reduce your risk by applying and reapplying sunscreen every time you play.
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