A new study has shown that a form of vitamin B3 can help protect skin cells from ultraviolet exposure (UV), the main risk factor for non-melanoma skin cancers.

The researchers revealed that non-melanoma skin cancer cells treated with 25 microns of nicotinamide (NAM) 24 hours before UV exposure protected the skin cells from DNA damage and subsequent cell death.

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