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Cancer Treatment Decision Tools  External Link

Make an informed decision about your cancer treatment. Use this tool for a detailed analysis of your specific condition, statistical breakdown of treatment types, and pinpoint the exact topics you sho... Details >

American Cancer Society  External Link

Common Moles, Dysplastic Nevi, and Risk of Melanoma

If the color, size, shape, or height of a mole changes or if it starts to itch, bleed, or ooze, people should tell their doctor. People should also tell their doctor if they see a new mole that doesn’... Details >

National Cancer Institute

Indoor Tanning: The Risks of Ultraviolet Rays

Learn about the serious health risks that sunlamps and tanning beds pose.... Details >

U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Skin Cancer Detection  External Link

This page provides information about skin cancer types, warning signs, and treatment as well as information about when to consult a doctor.... Details >

American Osteopathic College of Dermatology  External Link

Skin Cancer Risk Tool

Use this tool to find out if any of the known risk factors for skin cancer apply to you and how to lower your risk. ... Details >

National Cancer Institute

What You Need To Know About Moles and Dysplastic Nevi

Learn about common moles as well as unusual ones, called dysplastic nevi or atypical moles. This document describes the signs of melanoma, how you can check your skin for moles that might be cancerous... Details >

National Cancer Institute

What You Need To Know About™ Melanoma

This booklet discusses melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer. Learn about risk and prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, followup care and where patients can find support to help cope w... Details >

National Cancer Institute

What You Need To Know About™ Melanoma and Other Skin Cancers

Learn how to do skin self-exams on a regular basis to check for skin cancers and other abnormalities.... Details >

National Cancer Institute

Free Skin Cancer Screenings   External Link

The American Academy of Dermatology partners with dermatologists across the United States to offer free skin cancer screenings. Find one near you. ... Details >

American Academy of Dermatology  External Link