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INTRODUCTION Catch the Audiences Attn The rate of skin cancer in the United States population has doubled over the last 20 years In the US this year about 65000 Americans are expected to develop skin cancer One in seven of todays children is expected to develop some form of skin cancer in his or her lifetime Evidence indicates that 85 percent or more of all skin cancers are caused by exposure to UV radiation Topic Stated When a person chooses to acquire or enhance a tan using a tanning salon facility it is important for that person to be aware of the hazards involved so they can make an informed decision about the amount of exposure they receive Subpoints Mentioned This speech is designed to give consumers of tanning salons a fundamental knowledge of ultraviolet radiation and its effects on people exposed to the various types I will discusses the tanning process forms of radiation risks of indoor tanning and how to minimize the risks Significance to Audience Summer is right aroung the corner and now is that time when college students all across America hop into tanning beds to get a little color before summer arrives I mean who wants to have ghost legs when the pools and beaches are open But before any of you hop into a tanning bed be aware of the risks you are taking Source Organizations such as the American Acadamy of Dermatology The Skin Cancer Foundation and several others oppose indoor tanning and believe that the hazards have been well documented from experimetal sources studies and clinical observation These observations have shown that the tanning process is affiliated with many risks SUBPOINT 1 THE TANNING PROCESS Skin is made up of basically two sections the epidermis outer layer and the corium dermis or inner layer The innermost section or corium is formed of tissues containing
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