Preventative Tips, Melanoma Awareness, Skin Cancer
It is often thought that skin cancer and suspicious moles can appear only on the most obvious places, such as the back or shoulders. The reality is that suspicious moles can grow anywhere on the skin. That is why regularly monitoring your skin is co important, particularly if you are at medium to high risk - try our Risk Quiz here.
At the same time, there are many places on the body that are difficult to self-examine and, as a result, a dangerous mole can go undetected for quite some time. See where to look so that you can have better protection:
Cancerous moles can appear from head to toe
Suspicious moles can be found in unusual places
If you notice any of suspicious moles, don’t put off a skin check until it’s too late. Look after yourself and get your skin screened regularly - you can book a Full Body MoleMap here.
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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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