Skin-cancer diagnosis inspires New Yorker to create clothing line meant to save lives

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At 26, Melissa Papock was your typical fashion-conscious New Yorker. That didn’t change when she was diagnosed with melanoma, but her perspective did. Now she’s free of cancer and the woman behind Cabana Life — a fashionable clothing line that promises to help protect wearers from up to 98 percent of sun’s harmful rays.

That’s not all — this entire month, you can save $20 at CabanaLife.com by using the code spreadsunshine.

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