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UV radiation

Man and woman working at an outdoor construction site
15 July 2019

In Australia, skin cancer accounts for around 80% of all newly diagnosed cancers each year and UV radiation from the sun is one of the leading causes of skin cancer. With high UV radiation year-round in many parts of Australia, people who regularly work outside face a higher risk of developing cancer from sun exposure.

This was a review investigating the risk of exposure to artificial tanning devices (sunbeds) and the risk of

Pilots in cockpit with sun
22 May 2019

​​​​​​​Recently, ARPANSA co-authored a new study which found that modern airline pilots registered in Australia, appear not to be at higher risk of developing invasive melanoma than the rest of the population.

UV monitoring in Emerald Queensland
16 May 2019

We’re pleased to be partnering with the Central Highlands Regional Council to establish Queensland’s fourth location for collection of real time ultraviolet (UV) data.

This was a population-based,

20 June 2017

Solaria and tanning bed use increases your risk of skin cancer

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