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Over two million people are diagnosed with some form of skin cancer each and every year. Out of these two million people, 90% of these types of skin cancers are associated with exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun. These individual diagnoses add up to more than the combined number of people diagnosed with breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancer annually. With this high of a risk of developing skin cancer, it is extremely important to take preventative measures in protecting your skin.

Despite the overwhelming statistics associated with skin cancer, most cases can be cured surgically within your dermatologist’s office. More and more skin cancers are being caught earlier, when they are easier to treat decreasing the rate of illness. Most skin cancers that have been cured, however, will recur within the next 3 years. Recurrences are almost always local and do not appear throughout other parts of the body. During this three-year time frame, it is especially crucial to limit sun exposure as well as maintain frequent visits to your doctor for checkups.

Part of the necessary treatment and prevention for skin cancer recurrence, includes avoiding over exposure to the harmful rays from the sun, no matter what the type of skin cancer may be. TintCity.com is doing their part to better assist skin cancer patients in their recovery and future prevention. TintCity.com is offering complete auto window tint at no cost, which offer UV ray protection, to those individuals who have been diagnosed with and are fighting against skin cancer. Having proper UV protection in your car will not only help to keep you healthy but it will also put your mind at ease, every time you enter your vehicle, knowing that your skin is protected when completing day-to-day tasks such as driving to work or going to the grocery store.

For more information on how to get your auto window tint at no cost with UV ray protection, contact TintCity.com or schedule an appointment online.

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