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AUSTRALIA
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January 15, 2006 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together and form the words 'slip slop slap' on the backs of their shirts... 
Sydney, Australia 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together and form the words 'slip slop slap' on the backs of their shirts..... 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together and form the words 'slip slop slap' on the backs of their shirts during an anti-skin cancer campaign at Bondi Beach in Sydney January 15, 2006. The 'Slip Slop Slap' message is in reference to the application of sunscreen. Lifesavers joined the Cancer Institute of New South Wales in the launch of a melanoma awareness campaign as Australia has the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world. 
AUSTRALIA
RTR186PI 
January 15, 2006 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together and form the words 'slip slop slap' on the backs of their shirts... 
Sydney, Australia 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together during anti-skin cancer campaign at Bondi Beach in Sydney 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together and form the words 'slip slop slap' on the backs of their shirts during an anti-skin cancer campaign at Bondi Beach in Sydney January 15, 2006. The 'Slip Slop Slap' message is in reference to the application of sunscreen. Lifesavers joined the Cancer Institute of New South Wales in the launch of a melanoma awareness campaign as Australia has the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
AUSTRALIA
RTR186NL 
January 15, 2006 
Volunteer surf lifesavers form the word 'slip' on the backs of their shirts during an anti-skin cancer... 
Sydney, Australia 
Volunteer surf lifesavers stand together during anti-skin cancer campaign at Bondi Beach in Sydney 
Volunteer surf lifesavers form the word 'slip' on the backs of their shirts during an anti-skin cancer campaign at Bondi Beach in Sydney January 15, 2006. The word is part of the 'Slip Slop Slap' message, in reference to the application of sunscreen. Lifesavers joined the Cancer Institute of New South Wales in the launch of a melanoma awareness campaign as Australia has the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
AUSTRALIA
RTR186MY 
January 15, 2006 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together and form the words 'slip slop slap' on the backs of their shirts... 
Sydney, Australia 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together during anti-skin cancer campaign at Bondi Beach in Sydney 
Volunteer lifesavers stand together and form the words 'slip slop slap' on the backs of their shirts during an anti-skin cancer campaign at Bondi Beach in Sydney January 15, 2006. The 'Slip Slop Slap' message is in reference to the application of sunscreen. Lifesavers joined the Cancer Institute of New South Wales in the launch of a melanoma awareness campaign as Australia has the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
HEALTH  AUSTRALIA CANCER
RTRERR8 
December 04, 2002 
An bronzed elderly Australian man reads a newspaper among other
sun-worshippers on Sydney's famed Bondi... 
Sydney, Australia 
TO MATCH FEATURE HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER. 
An bronzed elderly Australian man reads a newspaper among other
sun-worshippers on Sydney's famed Bondi beach during a sweltering
summer day December 4, 2002. Each year about 1,200 people die in
Australia as a result of skin cancer despite a 20-year-old "Slip Slop
Slap" campaign to encrouage Australians to slip on a shirt, slop on
sunscreen and slap on a hat to avoid the sun's harmful rays. Over
270,000 Australians are treated annually for various forms of skin
cancer. REUTERS/Jason Reed FOR USE WITH FEATURE
HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER

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HEALTH  AUSTRALIA CANCER
RTRERR1 
December 04, 2002 
A man helps his friend take her top off among other sun-worshippers on
Sydney's famed Bondi beach during... 
Sydney, Australia 
TO MATCH FEATURE HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER. 
A man helps his friend take her top off among other sun-worshippers on
Sydney's famed Bondi beach during a sweltering summer day December 4,
2002. Each year about 1,200 people die in Australia as a result of skin
cancer despite a 20-year-old "Slip Slop Slap" campaign to encrouage
Australians to slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on a hat to
avoid the sun's harmful rays. Over 270,000 Australians are treated
annually for various forms of skin cancer. REUTERS/Jason Reed FOR USE
WITH FEATURE HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER

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HEALTH AUSTRALIA CANCER
RTRERPO 
December 04, 2002 
A tanned surfer carries his board past Australians sunning themselves
on Sydney's famed Bondi beach... 
Sydney, Australia 
TO MATCH FEATURE HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER. 
A tanned surfer carries his board past Australians sunning themselves
on Sydney's famed Bondi beach during a sweltering summer day December
4, 2002. Each year about 1,200 people die in Australia as a result of
skin cancer despite a 20-year-old "Slip Slop Slap" campaign to
encourage Australians to slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on
a hat to avoid the sun's harmful rays. Over 270,000 Australians are
treated annually for various forms of skin cancer. REUTERS/Jason Reed
TO MATCH FEATURE HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER

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HEALTH AUSTRALIA CANCER
RTRERPG 
December 04, 2002 
Fully-clothed Asian tourists protect themselves from the sun with
umbrellas as they stroll among shirtless... 
Sydney, Australia 
TO MATCH FEATURE HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER. 
Fully-clothed Asian tourists protect themselves from the sun with
umbrellas as they stroll among shirtless Australians on Sydney's famed
Bondi beach during a sweltering summer day December 4, 2002. Each year
about 1,200 people die in Australia as a result of skin cancer despite
a 20-year-old "Slip Slop Slap" campaign to encrouage Australians to
slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on a hat to avoid the sun's
harmful rays. Over 270,000 Australians are treated annually for various
forms of skin cancer. REUTERS/Jason Reed TO MATCH FEATURE
HEALTH-AUSTRALIA-CANCER

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