Skin Cancer Screenings for Everyone™ Alliance

Get a Skin Cancer Screening

A Skin Cancer Screening is easy, pain-free, and takes approximate 30-60 minutes.  No blood work is taken at a screening.

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  • Skin Cancer Screenings are provided by local specialists.
  • Screenings are available throughout the United States and in selected areas in the U.K., Europe, and around the world.
  • You pay for your screening but you get special pricing using Skin Cancer Free.
  • If you are unable to pay the full cost of a screening, Skin Cancer Free financial assistance may be available based on your personal circumstances.

Fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you quickly to determine where a Skin Cancer Screening is available in your area. We’ll do our best to find one close to you.

We’ll find a Skin Cancer Screening provider close to you.

You’ll get a special Skin Cancer Screening for Everyone price from Skin Cancer Free.

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Why is a Skin Cancer Screening necessary?

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States; in fact, 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. People of all colors and races can get skin cancer. There are many different types of skin cancer, including actinic keratoses (AK), basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and melanoma. BCC and SCC are the most common forms of skin cancer, but melanoma is the most deadly. With early detection and proper treatment, the cure rate for BCC and SCC is about 95 percent. When melanoma is detected before it spreads, it also has a high cure rate. A Skin Cancer Screening helps people find early skin cancers.

Is a Skin Cancer Screening free of charge?

Not usually.  You should expect to pay for the direct services involved in your screening if you can afford it.  If you cannot afford the screening, we’ll try to help using one of our funds to help pay a portion of the cost.  Talk to us about your personal situation

Who will provide the skin cancer screening?

Skin Cancer Free works with Screening Providers throughout the United States and around the world who provide your examination locally.

How long with the screening take?

Screenings take approximately 30-60 minutes, including completing a medical history form, getting your skin checked, and getting all images taken for examination.  You can make this faster by completing your medical history form before your examination over the internet.

Which areas of my body will be screened?

A full-body screening including those areas normally covered by underwear can be provided if you desire. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends full-body screenings whenever possible. If you do not wish a full-body examination, all areas except those covered by underwear will be examined.

Will the screening take the place of my yearly exam with my dermatologist or physician?

If you are regularly seeing a dermatologist who is providing skin cancer examinations, a screening will probably not be required.  If your primary care physician is not currently providing screenings on a regular basis, we recommend a Skin Cancer Screening annually.

Can I ask the Screening Provider to look at my skin for other dermatologic conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, etc.?

The Screening Provider typically does Skin Cancer Screenings only.  If you have other skin conditions that are concerning you, we recommend seeing a doctor or dermatologist.

Why do I have to complete a medical history form?

The Personal Health Information (PHI) form is used to record your prior medical history for the Screening Provider doing your Skin Cancer Screening. The document also gives you an electronic record of this information and should be used for follow-up treatment with your dermatologist if a suspicious lesion is found. The information provided at the bottom of the form communicates your rights under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Your signature will be required to demonstrate your acknowledgement of these rights.

How will you use my personal information?

We are committed to maintaining the highest level of confidentiality regarding any personal information that is collected about you during or before your screening. Your screening results are used and controlled by you and your Screening Provider, and use of that information is governed and protected by HIPPA regulations.  Your results are not made available to Skin Cancer Free.

If a follow-up is required, what if I don’t have health insurance?

If you are told that you have a suspicious spot on your skin that could be skin cancer and that should be seen by a doctor or dermatologist, and you do not have health insurance, you can still get medical care.  Your local Screening Provider will help you find local resources.