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UV4.me: Modifying Young Adult Skin Cancer Risk and Protective Behaviors


A research study focused on increasing sun protection behavior and decreasing UV exposure among young adults. 
 

ABOUT THE STUDYbeach friends

Sponsor: National Cancer Institute


Skin cancer is the most common cancer, and it can be deadly. Ultraviolet (UV) rays can also affect looks and health in other ways. Researchers at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey are doing a research study to evaluate the reach, effectiveness, implementation, maintenance, and cost of an online skin cancer prevention program among young adults. 
 

WHAT DOES THE STUDY INVOLVE?

Participation in this study is voluntary.  Participants will fill out 5 online questionnaires and view online material about skin protection, UV rays, and skin cancer throughout 12 months. The completion of study surveys will be rewarded with gift cards. 
 

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CONTACT US

If you have concerns or questions about this research study, please contact the Principal Investigator, Dr. Carolyn Heckman at contactUV4me@gmail.com or 833-258-8463.

 

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