UCSF Sun Safety Program 2022
Summer is coming. Learn how to keep your skin healthy and happy while you enjoy the great outdoors.
Sun Safety Program Returns in 2022
Thanks to our generous donors and partners, UCSF is proud to announce the return of our Sun Safety Program for 2022.
Skin Cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. A history of just five sunburns doubles the risk of developing skin cancer, and people of all ethnicities are susceptible to burning.
Our UCSF Touchless Sunscreen Dispensers will now serve visitors at our office as well as, Zoo Knoxville, https://www.zooknoxville.org/ and Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) https://www.katbus.com/ downtown transfer point, New Harvest Park, Love’s Creek, Caswell Park, Tyson Park, Victor Ashe Park and World’s Fair Park https://www.worldsfairpark.org/
It is important to note that people of color experience sunburn and are susceptible to melanoma (skin cancer). The sun’s damaging rays do not discriminate.