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Anyone can get skin cancer, regardless of skin color. It is estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable.
Through SPOTme®, the American Academy of Dermatology's mission is to reduce the number of deaths from skin cancer in the United States by educating the public about skin cancer risk and providing free SPOTme® skin cancer screenings to catch and detect skin cancer in its earliest, most treatable stages.
Dermatologist Jenny E. Murase, MD, FAAD, explains why we get atopic dermatitis and the benefits of treatment, while World Champion softball pitcher Jennie Finch shares her personal experience.
Many people who sweat excessively do not realize that they have a treatable medical condition. The following tips from dermatologists can help you gain control.
Is your skin "Looking Good in 2016?" This humourous PSA encourages men to check their skin for the signs of skin cancer and find a partner to help, as men over 50 have a higher risk of developing melanoma than the general population. www.SpotSkinCancer.org