Tech & Science Melanoma: After how much sunburn is likely to cancer?

16:30  15 june  2021
16:30  15 june  2021 Source:   medisite.fr

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Getting sunburnt increases your cancer risk. Sunburn is skin damage and your body’s response to try to repair it. It is a clear sign that the DNA in your skin cells has been damaged by too much UV radiation. Remember, when skin cancer is found at an early stage, treatment is more likely to be successful. If you have noticed any unusual changes to your skin, including a mark or mole that’s new, has changed or been there for a while, speak to your doctor. Read more about melanoma skin cancer symptoms.

As much as I rant about sun exposure and especially tanning beds, skin cancer is usually caused by many burns in childhood plus lifetime exposure to the sun . One person with that history will get skin cancer and others won't. Excessive worry about cancer in a situation where it's statistically unlikely is a form of anxiety. Contrary to what one person wrote, sunburns CAN cause skin cancer and this is because the burn itself is an injury to tissue. How could someone not realize this? Injuring the skin over and over is a reliable way to end up with basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma

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Ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun constitute the most important risk factor in skin cancer. Chronic sun exposure may damage the skin and is conducive to the appearance of melanoma. But after how many sunburn are you in danger? We asked the question to a dermatologist.

The overexpositions in the sun Before the age of 15 is the main risk factor for skin cancers, supports the league against cancer. To date, more than 80% of skin cancers are related to excessive exposures to ultraviolet radiation (UV) of the sun (IARC, 2018).

"The UVA and UVB are

threshold effect: they thus produce alterations of the DNA for doses lower than those triggering the alert signal that is sunbathing", describes the center fight against cancer Léon Bernard.

if, in moderate quantity, the sun is beneficial for health, excessive exposure can lead to several risks for its health, such as sunburn, a premature aging of the skin, an photosensitization

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Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer . It affects young adults as well as older people. The specialist who knows your case can give more accurate information about your particular outlook and how well your type and stage of cancer are likely to respond to treatment. Can melanoma be prevented?

After getting sunburned more often, men take a longer time to get a diagnosis from a doctor: men are more likely to be diagnosed when melanoma is at a more advanced stage.[6]. Men, unlike women, more often develop the cancer on their back rather than arms and legs which may make it more difficult for them to spot.[6]. women's survival advantage may be due to habits such as better health maintenance or more visits to the doctor, which helps detect tumors when they are smaller and more curable.[7]. It's possible there are also genetic differences playing a role here.

and the occurrence of Skin cancers and serious ocular lesions.

Gold, do we know from which stadium a sunburn becomes dangerous? How much sunburn expose to the risks of skin cancer? A scientific study published in the Journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention in 2014 estimated that five sunburn would suffice

to increase the risks of skin cancer in adulthood.

5 strokes would be enough to increase the risk of skin cancer an American study for 20 years on more than 110,000 nurses showed that 5 times suffice to result in premature aging of the skin and, Above all, to increase ... 80% The risk of aggressive skin cancer.

Researchers of the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School who conducted research were based on several Factors

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The single most important risk factor for melanoma is exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun . Other risk factors for cutaneous melanoma include fair skin or complexion, a history of peeling sunburns , prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light (both sun and artificial UV light, such as tanning beds), multiple moles, older age, a personal or family history of non- melanoma skin cancer , and a personal or family history of melanoma . People with fair skin and light eyes, or those who have a tendency to freckle or burn easily are all at higher risk.

Melanoma , the most serious type of skin cancer , develops in the cells (melanocytes) that produce melanin — the pigment that gives your skin its color. Melanoma can also form in your eyes and, rarely, inside your body, such as in your nose or throat. The exact cause of all melanomas isn't clear, but exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from sunlight or tanning lamps and beds increases your risk of Knowing the warning signs of skin cancer can help ensure that cancerous changes are detected and treated before the cancer has spread. Melanoma can be treated successfully if it is detected early.

, namely: the number of nurses' beauty grains, the reactions to the sun during their childhood, the color From their hair, the use (or not) of UV cabins, the family history of melanoma, smoking and alcohol consumption, IMC, night work and menopausic status.

These are risk factors already known to skin cancer. What emerged from this survey, is the number of sunburn occurred between the age of 15 and 20 years.

Women who have suffered 5 or more sunburn present an increased risk of 80% to develop melanoma, according to researchers.

in detail, women with a history of 5 times and more, between the ages of 15 and 20 years, (vs none) have an increased risk

of 80% melanoma; 68% of developing basic cell carcinoma; 68% epidermoid carcinoma developed. "It will depend on the phototype" Dr. Paul Dupont, Dermatologist in Toulouse, reassures us however. "Anyway it will depend on the phototype [Categorization of skin types based on the color (carnation) of the skin in combination with the color of the eyes and hair, NDLR]. Certainly, we can say that the number of sunburn suffered during childhood will be decisive on the risks of contracting a skin cancer, but speak of five sunburn seems to me a little exaggerated

, explains the expert. It mainly concerns the Epithelioma Baso Cellular ".

The epithelioma or basal cell carcinoma is the most common malignant epithelial tumor. It represents 75% of non-melanic cutaneous cancers (which are not melanomas). Facial involvement represents between 65% and 85% of cases. X1

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