Look for a sore that doesn't heal, a scaly lesion or a waxy-looking bump that doesn't go away, and any changes in moles and or spots on your skin. Don't forget your scalp, folds of skin, and the skin between your fingers and toes. Have your skin checked by a health professional every year or as directed by your doctor.
Do you know the short-term and long-term effects of too much sun exposure?
Early detection is key. Pay attention to the early warning signs of skin cancer.
Questions and answers about common moles, also called nevi.