Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers
The term “nonmelanoma skin cancer” refers to any skin cancer
that is not a melanoma skin cancer. The most common types of
nonmelanoma skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma and
squamous cell carcinoma. The features below contain
information about all types of skin cancer.
Biopsy: What to Expect
Dermatologists Still Recommend Skin Cancer Screenings
Detection of Suspicious Lesion Improves with
Staging: The First Step in Treating Skin
is Merkel Cell Carcinoma?
3 Habits Parents Should Encourage
for a Lifetime of Healthier Skin
Dermatologists Encourage Sports Fans
to "Be Sun Smart®"
to Select Sunscreen - Dermatologists caution: Look at more than SPF
Skin of Color Needs Sun Protection
Athletes Face Tough Opponent: Skin
Can We Inherit Skin Cancers
Other Than Melanoma?
How to Help a Dermatologist Assess Your
Tanning: What You May Not Know
Protect Minors from Tanning Beds
More Young Patients
Hearing “You Have Skin Cancer”
Transplant Increases Risk of Skin Cancer
Cancer: A Fact of Life in Skin of Color
Chemotherapy: What Every Patient Should
Clinical Trials: Is One Right for Me?
Treatment of Skin Cancer Recommended
Care Essential After Treatment for Skin Cancer
Immunotherapy: What It is and How It Can Help Fight Cancer