May is National Melanoma Awareness Month
In, 2018, over 178,000 Americans are expected to diagnosed with Melanoma.
Melanoma is the leading cause of cancer death in young women ages 25-30 and the second leading cause of cancer death in women 30-35.
In ages 15-29, melanoma is the second most commonly diagnose cancer.
Melanoma diagnoses are increasing at epidemic rates.
You should get your skin checked annually by a board-certified dermatologists.
500 children are diagnosed with Melanoma each year
Nearly 90% of melanomas are thought to be caused by exposure to UV light and sunlight
You can prevent skin cancer!