British Student Died For Skin Cancer

A student of the history department at Swansea University, UK, named Cerys Harding, died at age 21 after a malignant skin cancer. This event makes his family in Canton, Cardiff, Cerys surprised because all this was known to be very careful care of her skin.

"She is a girl who never ever sit in the sun, he hates the sun," said Beverly, as quoted from page Daily Mail. "In fact, he was the only person who always use a towel to protect his body from the sun during the beach."

The verdict of the deadly skin disease was delivered by doctors not so long after Cerys celebrates 21st birthday in November.

"We never thought anything like this happened to Cerys when she still had so many dreams," said Berverly.

Cerys's father, David, 52, pleaded not believe what happened to his son. He's fond memories, when getting off from work, to encourage Cerys, she invited him to go on vacation to Paris, France. After that, they went to Australia to celebrate Christmas together.

Cerys his brother, Lloyd, 24, remembered the steadfastness Cerys is so aware of the deadly skin disease. "I do not want everybody crying and I just want to continue life as usual," she mimicked Cerys.

However, Lloyd can not understand. Why her sister suffered from skin cancer, but he was so careful to protect themselves from sun exposure.

'Cancer cells spread from the skin so quickly into, breast, brain, and spine, "he said. "We do not ever know exactly what causes it."

Cancer Research UK reveal that every day more than two people under the age of 35 years diagnosed with malignant melanoma, skin cancers are the most malignant.

"Research has shown that most skin cancers are caused by excessive exposure to UV radiation from the sun," said Cancer Research UK spokesman, Ed Yong.

Ed Yong remind people about the importance to protect the skin from direct exposure to sunlight.

Sun Smart campaign manager of Caroline Cerny Cancer Research UK "very worried because the number of young women who develop skin cancer is increasing. In fact, he said, had this disease usually occurs in older people.

According to his notes, since the late 1970s, the number of women aged 15 to 34 years more than tripled compared to the previous.

Even now, he said, more than 900 young Britons diagnosed with the disease every year.

He stressed that young women have the potential to double esophageal malignant melanoma, compared with men his age.



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