When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. Find a free SPOTme® skin cancer screening near you.
Indoor tanning use increases around Spring Break for those looking to get a "base tan".
Find out what to look for when selecting a sunscreen.
Through SPOT Skin Cancer™, the AAD and its partners are committed to educating the public about skin cancer and motivating individuals to make positive behavior changes to prevent and detect skin cancer.
"I purchased unlimited tanning packages to get the darkest tan, so I looked great on the runway. Little did I know this would soon catch up with me."
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.
Have you or someone you love been affected by skin cancer? Educate and inform others by sharing your story about skin cancer.
Help the Academy reach more people with essential programs and services that provide access to shade structures, free skin cancer screenings, and valuable educational opportunities to communities in need.
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