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Memorial Day weekend is often considered the unofficial kick-off to summertime. For many families, summer includes enjoying outdoor activities and fun in the sun. But, that can also lead to recurring sunburns and potentially other sun related issues, including skin cancer. On May 25th, John Kohorst, M.D., a dermatologist at Mayo Clinic Health System, discussed how to protect your skin from the sun's damaging rays, outlined treatments for common problems and took a closer look at one of the most effective techniques for treating basal cell skin cancers.
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