Skin Cancer

Detailed information on actinic keratosis, including causes and treatment.

The skin is the body's largest organ. It serves as a protective shield against heat, light, injury, and infection.

Skin cancer is a disease that begins in the cells of the skin. There are several types of skin cancer (carcinoma). Melanoma is the most serious. But there are others that are known as nonmelanoma skin cancer.

Detailed information on causes and risk factors for skin cancer, including heredity and environment

Detailed information on cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.

Skin cancer can be treated with more success if it's found early. Read on for detailed information on doing your own skin self-exam.

Detailed information on skin cancer, including anatomy of the skin, skin cancer facts, skin cancer causes, skin cancer types, cutaneous t-cell lymphoma, actinic keratosis, skin cancer treatment, sun-damaged skin, skin cancer prevention, sunscreen, and ski

Detailed information on merkel cell cancer, including diagnosis and treatment

Being told you have Kaposi sarcoma can be scary, and you may have many questions. But you have people on your healthcare team to help.

Detailed information on skin cancer prevention, including protecting children from the sun.

Detailed information on the effects of ultraviolet light and the increased risk of skin cancer, including the use of sunscreen as one skin cancer prevention method

Detailed information on skin cancer, including anatomy of the skin, skin cancer facts, skin cancer causes, skin cancer types, cutaneous t-cell lymphoma, actinic keratosis, skin cancer treatment, sun-damaged skin, skin cancer prevention, sunscreen, and skin self examination

If your healthcare provider thinks you might have melanoma, you will likely need certain exams and tests to be sure.

Detailed information on treating aged or sun-damaged skin.

Detailed information on the most common types of skin cancer

A detailed look at ultraviolet (UV) light exposure categories according the Ultraviolet (UV) Index

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