The AAD's free skin cancer screening program is one of the most successful association-led public health programs in U.S. history. Learn more about the 30-year history of the program.
The American Academy of Dermatology encourages everyone to make sure their skin is “Looking Good in 2016” by protecting it from the sun’s ultraviolet rays and checking it for signs of skin cancer. Tell us what motivates you to make sure your skin is "Looking Good in 2016."
You can catch skin cancer early by following dermatologists’ tips for checking your skin. Watch this video to learn how to check your skin.
View FAQs and a video explaining what to expect at a SPOTme® skin cancer screening.
The SPOTme® screening program partners with other organizations to educate the public about skin cancer risk and providing free skin cancer screenings. Learn about our community partner events with the NFL, Target stores, and more near you.
Access helpful tips and resources for planning a successful free SPOTme® skin cancer screening event for the public. Only available to AAD member dermatologists.
Use this infographic to make sure your skin is “looking good” by checking it for the signs of skin cancer.
Sunscreen protects your skin against skin cancer; however, it is not as effective unless it is applied properly. Watch this video and follow tips from dermatologists on how to apply sunscreen to make sure you are getting the most protection.
Sign-up and you’ll receive a reminder each year to schedule your annual skin cancer screening with a dermatologist.
A charitable grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb in 2014 supported the expansion of the Academy’s skin cancer detection efforts. Learn more about this generous gift and how it's helping educate the public to spot skin cancer.