NonMelanoma Skin Cancer



The most common ways to detect skin cancer are:

  • Self-check

    Checking your skin regularly for any changes to moles or spots on your body is the best way to ensure early diagnosis.

  • Check by your doctor

    Your doctor or GP can perform a whole-body skin check for any signs of skin cancer. This should be done regularly, especially if you’re at high risk of skin cancer due to UV exposure.

  • Biopsy

    Your doctor will remove a small sample from the skin for examination.

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