The girls tend to their very own cancer patient
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If normal light just bounces off of you and doesn’t give you cancer, how can a wavelength that doesn’t penetrate the skin give you cancer. I thought only shorter wavelengths like ultraviolet could give you cancer. If microwaves can give you cancer, than does normal light give you cancer?
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