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Slide 1 Click here to download this powerpoint template : Green Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint TemplateGreen Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint Template For more : Powerpoint TemplatesPowerpoint Templates Skin Cancer Awareness May 2014 Slide 2 Click here to download this powerpoint template : Green Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint TemplateGreen Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint Template For more : Powerpoint TemplatesPowerpoint Templates What is Skin Cancer? It’s the most common kind of cancer in the United States. More than 2 million people in the United States are diagnosed with basal or squamous cell skin cancer each year By 2015, it is expected that about 1 in 50 Americans will develop melanoma (the most serious type) in their lifetime About 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime Slide 3 Click here to download this powerpoint template : Green Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint TemplateGreen Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint Template For more : Powerpoint TemplatesPowerpoint Templates What are the Parts of the Skin? Your skin is the largest organ in your body. It helps control your body's temperature, and it stores fat and water. Epidermis Squamous Cells BasalCells Melanocytes Dermis Oil gland Sweat gland Hair follicle Slide 4 Click here to download this powerpoint template : Green Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint TemplateGreen Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint Template For more : Powerpoint TemplatesPowerpoint Templates Three Main Types of Skin Cancer Number 1 Basal Cell Carcinoma: The Basics Most common type of skin cancer, those with fair skin Basal cell grows slowly Usually appears on sun-exposed areas of the skin, such as the face, scalp, neck, arms, and legs Most basal cell carcinomas are treatable (early detection) In rare cases, basal cell carcinoma can become more serious. Signs of Basal Cell Carcinoma A bump or growth that can be: Pearly or waxy White or pink Flesh-colored or brown Flat or just slightly raised A sore that bleeds easily or does not heal A sore with a sunken area in the middle 1.Basal Cell Carcinoma 2.Squamous Cell Carcinoma 3.Melanoma Slide 5 Click here to download this powerpoint template : Green Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint TemplateGreen Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint Template For more : Powerpoint TemplatesPowerpoint Templates Number 2: Squamous Cell Squamous Cell Carcinoma: The Basics The second most common type of skin Most common type of skin cancer in people with dark skin Often grows on sun-exposed skin, such as the face, ears, neck, hands, and arms If found early and treated, squamous cell carcinoma is highly likely to be cured Squamous cell cancer may grow slowly but can spread to other parts of the body, including internal organs Signs of Squamous Cell Carcinoma A bump or lump on the skin that can feel rough A sore or scar that does not heal A flat, reddish, scaly patch that grows slowly Slide 6 Click here to download this powerpoint template : Green Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint TemplateGreen Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint Template For more : Powerpoint TemplatesPowerpoint Templates Number 3: Melanoma Melanoma: The Basics Occurs less often than other types of skin cancer Most serious and most dangerous type of skin cancer More likely than other kinds of skin cancer to spread Can occur on any skin surface Dark skinned people rarely get melanoma It is important to identify and treat melanoma early Signs of Melanoma Asymmetry: One half does not match the other half Border: Irregular, ragged edges Color: More than 1 color; shades of black, brown, and tan, white, gray, pink, red, or blue may be seen Diameter: Larger than a pea (¼ inch, or 6 millimeters), though some melanomas can be tiny Evolving: Changing size, shape, or color over time Slide 7 Click here to download this powerpoint template : Green Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint TemplateGreen Serpentine Background Free Powerpoint Template For more : Powerpoint TemplatesPowerpoint Templates Skin Cancer Prevention Avoid the sun during the middle of the day Wear sun-screen year round ‘Wear protective clothing Avoid tanning beds Be aware of sun-sensitizing medications Perform self-checks of your skin once a month Use a mirror to check for anything new on your skin, such as a new mole or changes to a mole you already have Keep track of any sores that are not healing or any raised patches If you find anything unusual, talk with your healthcare provider To tell if a change in your skin is from skin cancer, your doctor may do a biopsy Remember: Most skin cancers are preventable!

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