On July 3, in the London Financial Times – how to spend it, Jonathan Margolis states: “The SunFriend UVA+B Monitor is a rare example of wearable technology that could save you, or more likely, given its Mickey Mouse aesthetic, your children, from skin cancer, and should therefore be taken very seriously.”
We couldn’t agree more. Skin cancer effects roughly 20% of the population in both the United States and in England, and higher in places like Australia and New Zealand. But oddly enough, vitamin D deficiency is even worse in those same countries. We designed SunFriend as a new tool to help manage the sun in a safer, healthier manner.
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