Black Awareness Ribbon for Skin CancerDO NOT BURN OR TAN ♦  SEEK SHADE ♦ WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
GENEROUSLY APPLY SUNSCREEN
USE EXTRA CAUTION NEAR WATER, SNOW AND SAND
 
Doing a self-check of your skin once a month at home can help you find changes in the way your skin looks or feels. Use a mirror to check for anything new on your skin, such as a new mole or changes to a mole you already have. Also, keep track of any sores that are not healing or any raised patches. Check every part of your body from head to toe. If you find anything unusual, talk with your doctor or healthcare provider about it.
 
The Cancer Association of Havasu offers assistance for low-cost, full body skin cancer screenings.  Come to the Havasu Community Health Foundation office to sign up.
 
 
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