SDDI: Is last month’s mole becoming next month’s melanoma?

How Sequential Digital Dermoscopy Imaging (SDDI) can help find early developing skin cancers, help your doctor or dermatologist provide better treatment, and save lives – one image at a time.

Many of us have regular skin exams by our doctor or dermatologist. They’re looking for obvious things – a growth that is unexplained, or a mole that we notice is suddenly changing and is bothering us or altering our appearance.  Often these examinations find problems too late, since by the time a growth bothers us, it can already be a serious issue.

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Mountain Enterprises - Skin Cancer Free

Employee Skin Cancer Screenings – One Forward-Thinking Employer

Mountain Enterprises is a forward thinking California corporation that decided to help better protect their employees’ health by providing screening examinations to detect early developing melanoma and other skin cancers.

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Skin Cancer Examination - Skin Cancer Free

Skin Cancer Free Signs DermDetect to provide Advanced Skin Cancer Screenings throughout the U.S.

Skin Cancer Free has announced an agreement with DermDetect LLC to provide Advanced Skin Cancer Screening Examinations throughout the U.S. This groundbreaking collaboration intends to provide examinations to over 100,000 people for the early detection of melanoma and other skin cancers.

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Norah O'Donnell - Melanoma

Norah O’Donnell on her melanoma diagnosis and how to protect your skin.
CBSNEWS.COM

As summer approaches, “CBS This Morning” co-host Norah O’Donnell is sharing the story of her stunning and scary melanoma diagnosis.  See the story here.

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Sancy Leachman, M.D., Ph.D - OHSU - Skin Cancer Free

Dr. Sancy Leachman appointed Medical Director for Skin Cancer Free’s Research Collaboration with OHSU Knight Cancer Institute

Sancy Leachman, M.D., Ph.D., has been appointed the Medical Director for a groundbreaking Advanced Skin Cancer Screening Research collaboration with Oregon Health and Science Institute Knight Cancer Institute. Dr. Leachman, a gifted and experienced clinician, scientist and educator, has served as professor and chair of dermatology in the OHSU School of Medicine since July 2013. She is also director of the melanoma research program in the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute

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Skin Cancer Free Announces Research Collaboration with OHSU Knight Cancer Institute to advance skin cancer research

Skin Cancer Free is pleased to announce a research collaboration with the OSHU Knight Cancer Institute to advance skin cancer research.   Skin Cancer Free will be sponsoring and providing Advanced Skin Cancer Screenings throughout the United States focused on the early detection of melanoma and other skin cancers.  Researchers hope to ultimately examine more […]