The American Academy of Dermatology Association the Academy ‘s sister advocacy organization, against tanning and supports a ban on the production and sale of tanning beds for non-medical purposes indian company Cipla . Apart from this the AADA, the Food and Drug Administration to take action that will ban the sale and use of tanning beds to use equipment for non – medical purposes. Unless and until the FDA bans the sale and use of tanning equipment for non – medical purposes.
American Academy of Dermatology Lauds U.S. Federal Trade Commission for the protection the public against counterfeit Health And Safety Claims About Indoor TanningThe American Academy of Dermatology , the Federal Trade Commission welcomes the approval order, Indoor Tanning prohibits Association from false health and safety claims about indoor tanning. The Academy concern about the false statements of the ITA with the FTC in 2008 after the ITA launched an advertising campaign designed to portray, solariums. Be safe and useful The Academy and several of its leading members cooperated fully with the investigation agency this important issue of public health. The FTC is the federal agency that consumer consumer fraudulent, deceptive fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices and information to help spot, stop, and avoid offer. Opportune timeThe American Academy of Dermatology commends the FTC for its investigation into the false and deceptive claims about the health and safety of solariums immortalized the tanning industry,’said dermatologist David M. Pariser, president of the American Academy of Dermatology. ‘The scientific facts are clear: exposure to ultraviolet radiation – either from the sun or from artificial sources such as tanning beds – increases the risk of skin cancer also, including melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer,’said Dr. Pariser. ‘This action comes at a particularly opportune time, may as many people use tanning facilities during the winter months under the wrong impression that this is a sure way to get her body ‘to generate vitamin D production is in in been taken in the advertising industry claim, ‘said Dr. Pariser. ‘The Academy hopes that this action is to convince people of it, choice choice and stop or avoid tanning beds together. In 2009 year more than 1 million new cases of skin cancer in the United States will be diagnosed. Greater than the incidence of all other cancers combined, it is estimated that there are about 121,840 new cases of melanoma in 2009, studies show that the use of sunbeds by persons younger than 35 years increases the risk person found of melanoma by 75 % melanoma is the most common form of cancer for young adults 25-29 years old and the second most common form of cancer in adolescents and young adults 15-29 years old. Melanoma is increasing faster. In women 15-29 years old than males in the same age group. Among women 15-29 years old, the torso is the most common location for developing melanoma, which would target high-risk tanning behaviors nearly 70 % of tanning salon patrons are Caucasian girls and women, especially those aged 16 to 29 years. Continue reading