Do You Check For Skin Cancer?

melanoma-mondayMore than 80% of people are concerned about skin cancer. Skin cancer is exacerbated by unprotected exposure to UV rays.  Last year, 3 in 4 people were sunburned.  The most damaging rays are out during the hours of 10am – 2pm. With rates of skin cancer rising, people aren’t acting proactively to protect themselves from this real threat. The month of May is a good time to start exhibiting awareness of skin cancer but monthly checks are the best way to perpetuate the overall protection.  Do you check for skin cancer? Now’s the time to start doing it. Don’t forget your back!

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