Along with yearly skin exams performed by a doctor, self-examination is critical for early detection of skin cancer. Gather the items above and head to our website for a step-by-step guide on how to perform a self-exam. Link in our profile.
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  • skincancerorgAlong with yearly skin exams performed by a doctor, self-examination is critical for early detection of skin cancer. Gather the items above and head to our website for a step-by-step guide on how to perform a self-exam. Link in our profile.

  • gaber_weibustAfter (3) skin cancer I am always peepin my skin. I do what I gotta do. On that note? The sun scares the shit out of me. 🌞🔥😥
  • albert.lefkovits.mdEarly detection of skin cancer improves the prognosis greatly for melanoma and lessens the chance of progression of basal and squamous cell carcinoma.See your dermatologist for an annual full skin examination.In the meantime,practice "safe sun"using a sunscreen with SPF 30 or greater and wearing sunglasses with UVA and UVB filters.
  • lerenda_djDefinitely a must for skin checks. Iv just turned 28, last year i had squamous cell carcinoma removed from my nose. Next week i will have another removed that has come back positive from my hairline on the side of my face. I have 6 month checks as my skin is fair and lots of freckles but that doesn't mean others with olive skin should ignore their checks. I dont mind walking around with a large scar and a very very slight dysfunctional looking nose and next week probably loose part of my hairline. As long as i know they are removed before they become more dangerous and im glad i didnt ignore my regular skin checks at this younge age.
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