Sun and white skin will protect against cancer
High level of UV radiation and the skin sensitive to the sun – all of which reduces the risk of developing pancreatic cancer, say scientists. Rachel Neale from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research emphasizes that people living in sunny countries, very lucky, reports Science Daily. From the point of view of protection from cancer, the sun works best supplements with vitamin D.
This effectiveness Neil and his colleagues tested to 714 volunteers. We assembled a similar control group. Using data on place of birth, skin type, medical records, the researchers turned to the ozone spectrometer, in order to figure out what level of radiation experienced volunteers.
So, people born in a place where the rates were higher than the total radiation, 24% less likely to suffer from cancer, compared with people who are experiencing the least effect of UV. Plus, the owners won sensitive skin (risk of falling by 49%). Finally, oddly enough, the presence of ulcers on the skin or even skin cancer protect 40% of pancreatic cancer.