British Skin Foundation
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The British Skin Foundation is a registered charity in the UK. The charity aims to raise money for skin care research as well as raising awareness. The charity gives grants to several colleges within the UK for research.
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As part of Sun Awareness, the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) and the British Skin Foundation ( BSF ) have teamed up to provide information ...
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