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HEALTH  AUSTRALIA CANCER
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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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