Features attractive close-up photos of the body areas where skin cancer is most likely to develop. Describes the warning signs, stressing the need for regular, complete skin self-examination and the lifesaving importance of early detection. For doctors` waiting rooms, clinics, schools and health fairs.
Learn The Body Language of Skin Cancer
These are the areas where you are most likely to develop skin cancer.
While skin cancers often occur on the face, any part of your body can be struck.
Fortunately, most skin cancer is readily curable when treated and removed in its earliest stage.
Early detection is critical.
That's why we recommend self-examination of the skin on a regular basis - for everyone.
Look for a new growth, a sore that doesn't heal, or a change in the size, color, shape, or texture of any existing moles or growths.
If you notice anything suspicious, see your doctor. The sooner, the better.
Learn the body language of skin cancer. It could save your life!