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#ShareTheFacts About Skin Cancer

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National Skin Cancer Month

Dermatologists play an important role in helping to save lives, by educating patients, and the public, on skin cancer prevention; the dangers of unprotected exposure, and how to detect early warning signs.

#ShareTheFacts About Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, but is also one of the most preventable.

Dermatologists play an important role in helping to save lives, by educating patients, and the public, on skin cancer prevention; the dangers of unprotected exposure; and how to detect early warning signs  –  early detection means a high probability of eliminating it entirely.

#ShareTheFacts

This month, the Skin Cancer Foundation invites providers to #sharethefacts on skin cancer by accessing its set of downloadable images and resources to help patients stay informed on skin cancer treatment and prevention.

Visit the Skin Cancer Foundation to learn more about its #ShareTheFacts campaign, and how you can help.

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