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Spring Break "fun in the sun" could put your fluctuating DNA at risk:

OSU researchers determine rare DNA shapes are susceptible to UV light damage

Columbus, Ohio – February 8, 2008 – Spring Break means warmer weather and the allure of sunny beaches. But while sun-loving students head out to beaches every spring to enjoy sand and surf, ultraviolet rays could be damaging their skin’s genetic code and causing skin cancer, the most widespread cancer in North America. 

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