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Skin cancer screenings during the COVID-19 pandemic

Some communities are now allowing skin cancer screenings at community events, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and their local governing bodies.

If your community does not currently allow skin cancer screenings, we encourage you to perform regular skin self-exams using the ABCDEs of melanoma. If you notice any new spots on your skin, spots that are different from others, or spots that are changing, itching, or bleeding, contact a board-certified dermatologist.

When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. Find out if there is a free skin cancer screening near you.

Click on a state below to see the results of free skin cancer screenings in your area. If there are no results, be sure to sign-up for email alerts which will notify you when a screening is scheduled within 50 miles of your zip code.

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If a screening is not currently available in your area, you can check this site later or sign up to be notified when a screening is scheduled within 50 miles.

While most screenings occur during the spring, dermatologists volunteer their time throughout the year to this program. As screenings can be scheduled any time of the year and in many different locations, you will continue to receive these notifications.

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