Skin cancer hits young
Researchers say two malignancies are appearing in dramatic numbers among people under 40 despite public health efforts on wearing sunscreen, protective clothing
BY DELTHIA RICKS
STAFF WRITER; Staff writer Kai Ma contributed to this story.
The incidence of two forms of non-melanoma skin cancer has tripled among people younger than 40 - particularly women - an increase scientists attribute to tanning's continued allure and Earth's depleting ozone layer.