How to: Detect and Prevent Skin Cancer

More than one million new cases of skin cancer will be diagnosed in the United States this year, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.

In recognition of May being Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month, the AAD is encouraging people to screen themselves and their loved ones for skin cancer.

The Website offers some tools and techniques for effective skin cancer self-examinations:

  • Illustrated Skin Cancer Self-Examination to detect suspicious moles.
  • Download a Body Mole Map to know and track your spots.
  • Find Free Skin Cancer Screening
  • Find a Dermatologist
  • Visit SkinCancerNet, a comprehensive skin cancer information resource from the AAD

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  • 2 Comments on “How to: Detect and Prevent Skin Cancer”

    1. Ellen Eide Kislal Says:

      To help people automate the self-examination of their skin between visits to the dermatologist, we’ve released which allows users to upload photos of their moles, get ABCD feedback, and compare previous and current photos mathematically to see if anything has changed.

    2. so unlikable situation…i hope more people can be aware with kind of social health awareness. must try other skin care products and research it well.

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