Non-Melanoma Quiz: Test Your Knowledge
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There are several types of skin cancer that are considered non-melanoma. However, the most common non-melanoma skin cancers are basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). BCC is a type of skin cancer that grows very slowly and almost never spreads to distant parts of the body. SCC is more likely than BCC to invade deeper layers of skin and metastasize. In this quiz, these questions ask mainly about BCC and SCC skin cancer.
Non-melanoma quiz time!
How much do you know about non-melanoma? We’re about to find out! Answer the eight questions below and then see how you did.
Which is the most common form of skin cancer?
Non-melanoma skin cancer is the _____ most commonly occurring cancer in men and women.
True or False: More people develop lung cancer because of smoking than develop skin cancer because of indoor tanning.
How many cases of BCC are diagnosed in the US each year?
Which procedure has the highest cure rates in non-melanoma skin cancer and saves the most healthy skin?
Regular daily use of an SPF 15 or higher sunscreen reduces the risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma by about ____ percent.
Approximately ___ number of people worldwide die of non-melanoma skin cancer every month.
Organ transplant patients are 100 times more likely than the general public to develop what type of skin cancer?
How many did you get right?
0-1: Maybe it’s time to brush up on some facts about squamous cell and basal cell. Start with learning the basics of non-melanoma.
2-3: You know a bit, but there’s still a lot to learn! Try reading up on the stages of non-melanoma.
4-5: It sounds like you’re ready to learn the nuances of living with non-melanoma. Check out this article on common myths and misconceptions.
6-8: Pro-status! Looks like you know a lot about SCC and BCC. Share your journey with non-melanoma for other community members to read!
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What type of skin cancer were you diagnosed with? (Select all that apply)