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BY Devon Carter

At increased risk for skin cancer? You may need regular skin cancer screening exams. These screening exams help find skin cancer early, when the chances of successful treatment are greatest.

Here, Anisha Patel, M.D., shares six things she wants you to know before your skin screening exam. 

You’ll be wearing a gown during the skin screening

Skin cancer can occur anywhere on your body, even places that don’t get...

Cancerwise blog post: Skin cancer screening for skin cancer prevention

BY Cynthia DeMarco

When Cora “Corky” Hilliard was diagnosed with squamous cell cancer of the tongue for the second time in June 2012, she got to MD Anderson...

BY Kellie Bramlet

According to a new study from Consumer Reports, nearly half of sunscreens have a lower sun protection factor (SPF) than they claim on their...

BY India Ogazi

You probably know that skin cancer can affect many different parts of your skin. But did you know skin cancer also can occur on your eyelid?

Known as an eyelid cancer, this type of tumor most commonly involves the skin or glands of the eyelid. The most common eyelid tumor types are basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Other less common eyelid tumor types are sebaceous carcinoma, Merkel cell carcinoma and melanoma.<...

BY MD Anderson

Throughout the past year, our cancer patients have shared stories of their challenges and trials while revealing their determination, spirit...