We Have LIVINGPROOF, Total-Body Skin Cancer Exams Save Lives!
In 2019, Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery launched it's "Catch a Killer" initiative to raise awareness about the importance of annual Total-Body Skin Cancer Exams (TBSCE) in the early detection of skin cancer. That year alone, our dermatologists, dermatopathologists, Mohs Surgeons and other experienced providers treated more than 100,000* occurrences of skin cancer -- including melanoma, the deadliest kind. In 2020, we've launched our TBSCE 2.0 awareness campaign which offers "LIVINGPROOF that Early Detection Saves Lives."
Did you know?
The survival rate for non-melanoma skin cancer when detected and treated is nearly 100% at five years. Although, the survival rate for melanoma is 99% when detected early, that number drops all the way to 15% in its more advanced stages. It's important to know, If you notice a mole or skin lesion that changes, itches or bleeds, these could be early warning signs of a melanoma and should be checked by one of our experts right away. Make an appointment today
Want more LIVINGPROOF that Total-Body Skin Cancer Exams save lives?
Read about Heather and her mom who are both melanoma survivors thanks to early detection. Click to schedule your exam.
►To learn how easy it is to have a Total-Body Skin Cancer Exam (TBSCE) download our TBSCE 2.0 brochure.