JAMA Dermatology Viewpoint

A Call to Action to Eliminate Indoor Tanning

An estimated 419,245 cases of skin cancer in the US each year are attributable to indoor tanning. Efforts to increase regulations on indoor tanning continue, given its well-established association with melanoma and keratinocyte cancers as well as its popularity among adolescents and young adults. This Viewpoint provides an overview of legislative efforts to limit indoor tanning among minors, discusses policy adoption and implementation challenges, and calls on dermatologists and others to help eliminate indoor tanning to decrease skin cancer incidence.

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