Tanning enthusiast Adele Hughes was diagnosed with Stage 3 skin cancer in 2019. “I don’t want to expose my skin now as I’m covered in scars,” she says. “People don’t understand how dangerous the sun is.” Photo: courtesy of Adele Hughes Tanning enthusiast Adele Hughes was diagnosed with Stage 3 skin cancer in 2019. “I don’t want to expose my skin now as I’m covered in scars,” she says. “People don’t understand how dangerous the sun is.” Photo: courtesy of Adele Hughes
Tanning enthusiast Adele Hughes was diagnosed with Stage 3 skin cancer in 2019. “I don’t want to expose my skin now as I’m covered in scars,” she says. “People don’t understand how dangerous the sun is.” Photo: courtesy of Adele Hughes
Cancer

Skin cancer survivor on the power of meditation and sunscreen – use it every day even when it’s raining, dermatologist says

  • After years of sunbathing and using tanning salons, fair-skinned Englishwoman Adele Hughes was diagnosed with Stage 3 skin cancer in 2019
  • She shares her story, and the lessons about the sun’s dangers she passes on to her kids. A doctor emphasises the need to protect your skin, even on a cloudy day

Topic |   Cancer
Tanning enthusiast Adele Hughes was diagnosed with Stage 3 skin cancer in 2019. “I don’t want to expose my skin now as I’m covered in scars,” she says. “People don’t understand how dangerous the sun is.” Photo: courtesy of Adele Hughes Tanning enthusiast Adele Hughes was diagnosed with Stage 3 skin cancer in 2019. “I don’t want to expose my skin now as I’m covered in scars,” she says. “People don’t understand how dangerous the sun is.” Photo: courtesy of Adele Hughes
Tanning enthusiast Adele Hughes was diagnosed with Stage 3 skin cancer in 2019. “I don’t want to expose my skin now as I’m covered in scars,” she says. “People don’t understand how dangerous the sun is.” Photo: courtesy of Adele Hughes
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