Skin Cancer Solution Center
Skin cancer -- the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer -- falls into three major types: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Melanoma is the most serious, but all forms of skin cancer are most easily treated when caught early.
WHAT KIND OF HELP DO YOU NEED?
I Want to Learn More About Skin Cancer
- Skin Cancer: What to Know About the Three Main Types
- 13 Surprising Clues to Skin Cancer Risk
- FAQ: Should I Be Screened for Skin Cancer?
- Is it possible to have two different types of skin cancer at the same time?
- Actinic Keratosis: 5 Things to Know About This Common Precancerous Skin Abnormality
- Facts and Statistics About Metastatic Melanoma
- Who's Most at Risk for Metastatic Melanoma?
I Want to Learn About Skin Cancer Treatments
- Treatment Options for Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer
- Treatment of Melanoma Skin Cancer
- FAQ: What Kind of Follow-up Should I Have After Treatment for Skin Cancer
- Will Medicare only pay for one spot of skin cancer to be removed at a time?
- Aging Skin Care: How to Treat Common Skin Disorders of the Elderly
- Common Questions About Metastatic Melanoma
I'm Worried I Might Have Skin Cancer
- 6 Signs You Should See a Doctor About Possible Skin Cancer
- 10 Things Your Skin Says About Your Health
- 4 Steps to a Skin Cancer Diagnosis
- FAQ: How Is Skin Cancer Staged?
- 7 Common Habits That Might Be Contributing to Skin Cancer
- Self-Exams for Cancer and Other Diseases
- Diagnosing Metastatic Melanoma: What You Need to Know
- Detecting Melanoma Before It Spreads
Frequently Asked Questions About Skin Cancer
- Sunscreen for Older Skin?
- Can a black or brown dot under toenails be a sign of skin cancer?
- What are the signs of skin cancer?
- What are the symptoms of skin cancer on the scalp?
- Am I still getting the vitamin D I need by sitting outside?