Public service advertisements

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, and on average, one person dies from melanoma – the deadliest form of skin cancer – every hour. To help save lives, the Academy’s public service advertisements (PSAs) highlight the importance of skin cancer prevention and detection.

Share the PSAs with your communities to encourage everyone to protect their skin from the sun and check it for the signs of skin cancer.

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"Caught It" PSA (30-second version)
"Caught It" encourages men over 50 to be aware of changes on their skin so they can detect skin cancer early, when it’s most treatable.

"Caught It" PSA (60-second version)
"Caught It" encourages men over 50 to be aware of changes on their skin so they can detect skin cancer early, when it’s most treatable.

"Protect Yourselfie" PSA: Skin aging (15-second version)
"Protect Yourselfie" uses social media imagery to remind teen girls that tanning can lead to skin cancer and premature aging, and encourages them to protect their skin from harmful ultraviolet rays.

"Protect Yourselfie" PSA: Skin aging (30-second version)
"Protect Yourselfie" uses social media imagery to remind teen girls that tanning can lead to skin cancer and premature aging, and encourages them to protect their skin from harmful ultraviolet rays.

"Protect Yourselfie" PSA: Melanoma (15-second version)
"Protect Yourselfie" uses social media imagery to remind teen girls that tanning can lead to skin cancer and premature aging, and encourages them to protect their skin from harmful ultraviolet rays.

"Protect Yourselfie" PSA: Melanoma (30-second version)
"Protect Yourselfie" uses social media imagery to remind teen girls that tanning can lead to skin cancer and premature aging, and encourages them to protect their skin from harmful ultraviolet rays.