A sun tattoo is a powerful symbol of peace, prosperity and optimism.
But the tattoo on a person’s forehead is something more: a sign of vulnerability and vulnerability to disease.
For decades, people who have been diagnosed with skin cancer have been forced to choose between the life of a self-harming cancer patient or a life of extreme poverty and death.
Now, with the help of a tattoo, people can choose to survive the consequences of their own choices.
This article was originally published on The Washington Times.
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