Is misinformation increasing your risk of getting skin cancer?
By taking this quiz, you can find out whether any skin cancer myths are increasing your risk of getting skin cancer.
All sunscreens can reduce your risk of getting skin cancer and early skin aging.
If you get a tan while using sunscreen, you’re protected from getting skin cancer.
People who have a full head of hair can get skin cancer on their scalp.
Skin cancer can develop on a lip.
People of all colors develop skin cancer.
You only need to protect your skin from the sun when you plan to spend hours outside on a sunny day.
Skin cancer is not as serious as other cancers.
Even on cloudy days, it’s important to protect your skin from the sun.
Tanning beds offer a safe way to tan.
Great first step!
With so much misinformation around about skin cancer, it can be difficult to know what's fact and what's myth. Congratulate yourself for taking time to learn the facts.
You can learn what dermatologists recommend you do to reduce your risk of getting skin cancer at: Prevent skin cancer.
You know how to spot common myths about skin cancer. To find out what dermatologists recommend you do every day to protect your skin and reduce your risk of getting skin cancer, go to: Prevent skin cancer.