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    “Perhaps under those circumstances the health policy people face something of a dilemma when it comes to banning tanning salons.”

    No dilemma. Just depends on the extent to which you believe that people should be free to give themselves cancer (and other diseases), which will have implications for their families and the health care system resources, unless they are hermits who reject medical services. People are notoriously poor judges of their own self-interest, especially given that that changes over the years, by which time the consequences of previous actions have set in. Personally, I say full steam ahead for the canny state (vs the nanny state). It’s really a question of weighing up whether the benefits outweigh the disadvantages. The phasing out of solaria, processed meat and tobacco should join trans fats on the list of things that contribute no overriding benefit to humanity.


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