Preventative Tips, Melanoma Awareness, Skin Cancer, Skin Checks
Over time our skin changes, it ages. Our moles and other blemishes also change. We often don’t notice many of these subtle changes, but they are happening.
To detect melanoma early, when it is most curable, we must keep an eye on any subtle changes in our skin. Melanoma detection does not stop at the first skin check. Having a single skin examination is a step in the right direction to identifying melanoma, but because melanoma can appear at any time it is important to track changes in your skin.
Tracking moles over time helps to identify and address any changes before they potentially become something sinister. This is where photographic records are a huge help; they take away the question, “has it changed?”
This is where the full power of MoleMap kicks in.
Note: This quick questionnaire is designed to give you an idea of your personal skin cancer risk factors.
It isn’t intended to be a substitute for medical advice or diagnosis – please contact us if you have any questions about your skin cancer risk.
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