Skin cancer is the most common of all cancer types, and skin cancer awareness aims to increase the importance of prevention and early detection. One couple understands too well just how important early detection can be. TODAY’s Lester Holt reports.
More than 3.5 million new cases of skin cancer are expected to be diagnosed this year. Dr. Debra Wattenberg, an associate professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, offers her life-saving advice on how you can prevent and detect skin cancer.
New sunscreen labels are designed to educate consumers on which combats skin cancer. NBC News' Erika Edwards reports.
New research from Yale University indicates even after being diagnosed with skin cancer, some patients haven’t been able to stay away from the sun, or make lifestyle changes that would protect them from the sun’s rays. NBC’s Brian Williams reports
Dermatologists have a new non-invasive tool called Melafind to help evaluate possible cases of skin cancer in their patients. WKYC's Monica Robins reports.
Hillary Fogelson is a three-time melanoma survivor who has made it her mission to promote skin cancer awareness and help families protect themselves from the dangers of sun exposure. She talks with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about her new memoir, “Pale Girl Speaks: A Year Uncovered.”
Before you spend the summer in the sun, Dr. Susan Taylor has important advice for protecting yourself from deadly skin cancer and tips for early detection that could save your life.