Mammograms, yearly physicals and colonoscopies are just a few preventive health screenings are appointments we know we all need to make.
But is a skin cancer screening on your list? If you have a suspicious looking mole or have been badly sunburned in your lifetime, you need to make a full-body skin exam with your primary care physician.
Some of us get nervous when we have to go to the doctor, especially when we don’t know what to expect. While all physicians have their own way of performing exams, here is what to anticipate during your skin exam:
Not sure when or where to get a skin cancer screening? A free skin cancer screening will be held at Medical Group of the Carolinas—Family Medicine —Mountain Park on Tuesday, June 14, from 1 to 4 p.m. Register now to schedule your free screening. Register online at SpartanburgRegional.com/Events.