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STORY SUMMARY: The Canadian Cancer Society is calling on the government of Ontario and
all political parties, if elected, to commit to restrict indoor tanning
by youth under the age of 18. The recommendation is included in the
Canadian Cancer Society's election policy recommendations released
today and supported by an Ipsos Reid poll commissioned in June 2011
83% of Ontarians support a ban on indoor tanning by youth under 18 years
77% said youth should be prevented from using tanning beds
73% of Ontarians polled said the tanning industry cannot be trusted to
regulate itself and government legislation is needed
80% of Ontarians support legislation to regulate the tanning industry
The Society is asking for the help of Ontario voters to question their
political candidates on where they stand on fighting cancer leading up
to the provincial election on October 6, 2011.
Dr. Cheryl Rosen, M.D. FRCPC, Head, Division of Dermatology, Toronto
Western Hospital, University Health Network
Ms. Shelley Bresett, CCS volunteer
Ms. Rae Ann Teixeira, 16 year old high school student
Various B Roll
Dr. Cheryl Rosen; Ms Shelley Bresett; Ms. Rae Ann Teixeira; Canadian
Cancer Society; Toronto Western Hospital; Sunlight through trees;
Various shots of young people outside
Photo -Shelley Bresett's deceased husband with baby son
Photo -Shelley Bresett's deceased husband - burn marks on stomach
Photo -Shelley Bresett's family now
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