UV radiation (UVR) is a complete carcinogen
that elicits a constellation of pathological events, including direct DNA damage, generation of reactive oxidants that peroxidize lipids and damage other cellular components, initiation of inflammation, and suppression of the immune response.
Apparently, asbestos plays a cocarcinogen role in lung cancer, with promoter-like activity and synergism with smoking, whereas in mesothelioma it acts as a complete carcinogen
Epidemiological, clinical and biological studies have implicated that solar ultraviolet (UV) light is a complete carcinogen
and repeated exposure can lead to the development of various skin disorders including melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers.