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Prepare Yourself for Summer – Join us for a Web Chat on Melanoma & Other Skin Cancers

Skin Cancer Online ChatIf not caught early, melanoma is the deadliest of all skin cancers. One-in-fifty Americans has a lifetime risk of developing melanoma. It develops from changes to the DNA of skin cells, which can happen when skin is over-exposured to ultraviolet light from the sun or from extended tanning bed use. Also, certain viruses can cause DNA changes that lead to skin cancer.

To prepare yourself and your family for the summer and protect yourself from any form of skin cancer, join Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University physician, Keith Delman, MD, Wednesday, May 29th for an online web chat at 12 noon.

Dr. Delman will be able to answer questions such as:

  • How to prevent melanoma and skin cancer
  • What causes skin cancer and melanoma
  • Signs of melanoma and skin cancer
  • Treatment options for melanoma and skin cancer
  • The latest research on the horizon