UCSF Sun Safety Program 2021
Summer is coming. Learn how to keep your skin healthy and happy while you enjoy the great outdoors.
In the past few years, you may have seen the United Cancer Support Foundation’s bright yellow touchless sunscreen dispensers in Knox County and Knox City parks. Harvest Park, Love’s Creek, Caswell Park and Victor Ashe Park just to name a few.
Thanks to our generous donors and partners, UCSF is proud to announce the expansion of our Sun Safety Program for 2021.
UCSF Touchless Sunscreen Dispensers will now be available to visitors at, Zoo Knoxville, https://www.zooknoxville.org/ and Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) https://www.katbus.com/ downtown transfer point 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.
A history of sunburn is linked to a higher risk of developing skin cancer, and people of all ethnicities are susceptible to burning.