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Stony Brook Cancer Center’s CPiA team is reminding passengers at Long Island’s Macarthur Airport to pack their sunscreen. The sun safety airport advertisement hangs in the Southwest Airlines terminal at Macarthur Airport, Suffolk County’s convenient alternative to NYC Metro airports. Time spent in the sun is likely on many passengers’ minds, as Southwest currently flies direct to only four locations, three of which are in Florida. With this ad, passengers travelling to the sunshine state are being reminded to practice sun safety by covering up, seeking shade, applying SPF 15+ sunscreen, and reapplying every two hours. A QR code leading to CPiA’s skin cancer prevention information page is also included for passengers to learn more about skin cancer prevention.
With an estimated reach of over 2 million passengers annually, our partnership with Macarthur Airport allows CPiA to provide the facts, reduce the risk, and spread the word in our community. We thank Macarthur Airport and JVC Broadcasting for joining us in taking action against skin cancer.