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Should doctors help parents teach children about sun protection?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

Sun protection is so important, but many parents are still missing the mark when it comes to sun safety education. In this video, Dr. Robin Miller talks about whether it makes a difference for doctors to educate parents personally.


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