Kieran and Michele were both diagnosed with skin cancer in their 30s. Check out their story below:
In 2001 Belfast man Mike Moran (67) was diagnosed with malignant melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer:
CARE IN THE SUN
Anyone can develop skin cancer, whatever their skin colour. However, certain skin types are more at risk from the effects of UV radiation than others.
Too much ultraviolet (UV) light, either from natural sunlight or from artificial sources such as sunbeds, is the main cause of 80% of skin cancers.
Sunbeds, tanning booths and sun lamps give out ultraviolet (UV) rays that can damage your skin and can make it look wrinkled, older or leathery.