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Solariums promote malignant cancer
10:39 23.07.2012
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According to the conclusion of the World Health Organization, 75% of those people, who use a solarium, have melanoma – a malignant tumor - developed at the age of 30. 

The study was conducted on this issue, according to which, a number of melanoma was much higher in women consuming solarium. 

"I think this is significant fact, and all the countries should consider it and implement more regulations of this instrument. A threat, caused by solarium, should be stressed as well”, - one of the authors of the research said.

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