Practicing Long-Term Monitoring
Many of our community members feel that awareness is about self-advocacy and diligence. Monitoring yourself or your loved ones for skin cancer is a way to increase awareness and to potentially catch warning signs early on.
“Don’t think that it won't happen to you! Be aware and know what to look for.”
“I get regular dermatologist checks and PET scans, and I monitor my skin for new or changing spots.”
More on monitoring and body maps.
“Being aware of the signs and symptoms of cancer.”
More on what to look for.
“Ignorance is not bliss, it can kill you!”
More on the dangers of assuming what is and isn't skin cancer.
What type of skin cancer were you diagnosed with? (Select all that apply)