FAQ – Can filtered Far UV-C lights cause cancer?
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Q: Can filtered Far UV-C lights cause cancer?

A:

In research tests held at leading universities, direct and repetitive illumination from properly filtered 222nm ultraviolet radiation (filtered Far UV-C) has not been shown to cause skin cancer or long-term DNA damage. The optical band pass filter was the key differentiator in these studies.

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