1. Protecting your skin: OHSU offering free screenings for skin cancer on May 18  KPTV.com
  2. Remember the "ABCDE's of melanoma" this National Skin Care Awareness Month  khqa.com
  3. Skin Cancer Self-Exam: What to Look For  Newsmax
  4. Know your skin, risk factors: Kelowna skin cancer physician  Global News
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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month.May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month.

Know your skin, risk factors: Kelowna skin cancer physician - Okanagan | Globalnews.ca

May is National Skin Care Awareness month and the Dermatology office at Blessing Health System want to make sure you know the risks. Excessive sun is the biggest risk for your skin, next to genetics. Making sure you use sunscreen and limiting your exposure to the sun is very important, especially if you have a genetic risk. Dr. Elis Schoggins says to remember the A-B-C-D-E's of melanoma if you're questioning whether or not you may have skin cancer. "Asymmetry -- irregular border.May is National Skin Care Awareness month and the Dermatology office at Blessing Health System want to make sure you know the risks. Excessive sun is the biggest risk for your skin, next to genetics. Making sure you use sunscreen and limiting your exposure to the sun is very important, especially if you have a genetic risk. Dr. Elis Schoggins says to remember the A-B-C-D-E's of melanoma if you're questioning whether or not you may have skin cancer. "Asymmetry -- irregular border.

Remember the "ABCDE's of melanoma" this National Skin Care Awareness Month | KHQA

Skin Cancer Self-Exam: What to Look ForMay is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, which is the ideal time to learn more about the most common type of cancer in the United States. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, more than 5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year.

Skin Cancer Self-Exam: What to Look For | Newsmax.com

“It's time to be very aware of skin cancer. No melanoma for me but definitely other types of skin cancer are a problem for me. My husband got me this to protect my face. He calls it my "Howard Hat" because he says it looks like a hat someone named Howard would wear. 😂”

Debra Gil on Twitter: "It's time to be very aware of skin cancer. No melanoma for me but definitely other types of skin cancer are a problem for me. My husband got me this to protect my face. He calls it my "Howard Hat" because he says it looks like a hat someone named Howard would wear. 😂… https://t.co/l4HsTErZ5y"

“Today is #MelanomaMonday, a day dedicated to spread awareness about the deadliest form of skin cancer, melanoma We’ll have a live report with tips on how to protect your skin & info on free screenings happening today in #Baltimore @WMAR2News #GMM2”

Shannel Pearman on Twitter: "Today is #MelanomaMonday, a day dedicated to spread awareness about the deadliest form of skin cancer, melanoma We’ll have a live report with tips on how to protect your skin & info on free screenings happening today in #Baltimore @WMAR2News #GMM2"