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BU advocate of sunlight draws ire

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / April 13, 2004

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To many dermatologists, tanning is a risky flirtation with deadly skin cancer. So Dr. Michael F. Holick, a professor at Boston University's medical school, knew he was courting controversy with his new book about "the exaggerated warnings on the peril of sun exposure," which he decided to unveil at an Indoor Tanning Association meeting in Nashville. (Full Article: 1185 Words)

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