Skin Screenings

Early detection could save your life. CHI St. Joseph Health’s skin cancer screening program seeks to find abnormal skin cells early, when they are most treatable.

Who should consider a skin cancer screening?
While anyone could develop skin cancer, some factors increase your risk. If you have a family history of skin cancer, have skin that easily sunburns, a history of severe sunburns, or have had frequent exposure to UV radiation, you could be at an increased risk and should perform self-checks regularly. Talk to your doctor about your medical history and sun exposure, and he or she can recommend how frequently you should receive a skin cancer screening test. Whether you have the above risk factors or not, talk to your doctor if you discover moles or areas of your skin that appear abnormal.

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Bryan, TX 77802