Skin cancer presents in many different forms and can be caused by many different factors. Scroll down to learn the potential risks of skin cancer, and what you can do should you ever be afflicted.
Take control of your body and do not let a little bump turn into a big problem. Afterall, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
If you have any immediate concerns, do not hesitate to schedule a virtual appointment on the GetSkinHelp.com platform.
In my rural area of Southern Ontario, there is a scarcity of dermatologists / plastic surgeons, so when I became aware of a rapidly-growing, ugly-looking lesion on my left temple, I began searching for skin specialists over the internet—which is where I discovered you and your team.
As Melanoma Awareness Month reaches its midway mark, GetSkinHelp (alongside hundreds of participants) gathered online to participate in one of the most highly anticipated events in the skincare community: The annual Skin Cancer Foundation (SCF) “Champions for Change” Gala.
Aging is not easy. Especially for your skin. Below you will find a presentation that can help you learn about what happens to your skin as we age, common skin conditions that can affect your quality of life, and what to look for to ensure skin cancer does not creep...
A few months after launching the web platform, Canadians will soon be able to download the new GetSkinHelp App featuring ground-breaking and patent-pending Artificial Intelligence (AI) to screen for a selection of skin diseases.
SPF Minute #20 – Caucasians are 20 times more likely to develop skin cancer than people of African descent.
The American Cancer Society estimates that Caucasians are 20 times more likely to develop skin cancer than people of African descent. When you see a lesion growing, you should definitely get it checked out.Get In...