This television PSA warns teenage girls that tanning now – both indoors or out – can have scary consequences in the future, including melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. Find a free SPOTme® skin cancer screening near you.
Sunscreen is safe and can protect your skin against skin cancer and premature aging. Watch this video and follow these tips from dermatologists when applying sunscreen.
The AAD's Shade Structure Grant Program awards grants to public schools and non-profit organizations for installing permanent shade structures for outdoor locations that are not protected from the sun, such as playgrounds, pools, or recreation spaces. Find out if your organization is eligible and apply.
Download these free educational resources to learn how to prevent and detect skin cancer.
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."
Sign up and you'll receive a reminder each year to schedule your annual skin cancer screening with a dermatologist.
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.
Use the Academy's body mole map to perform a self-exam, learn what to look for, and record your spots so you can refer back during your next visit with your dermatologist.