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"Every month I see women who say a tan made them feel more attractive," says Vernon Sondak. But he doesn't work at a salon. Sondak, an M.D., is chair of the department of cutaneous oncology at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa. "These women now have scars on their legs, arms and faces from having malignant cells cut out," he says. There's another important reality to skin cancer too: the fact that the disease—which affects one in five Americans—is highly preventable. Read the incredible stories these survivors share. They'll help you better safeguard your skin and your family's.