Dermatology Associates of Wisconsin is pleased to be offering FREE skin cancer screenings at our primary Northeast and Southwest Wisconsin locations.
Date: Saturday, February 23, 2013
Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
This beneficial event is open to the public. Please register at the front desk upon arrival. We look forward to meeting you and getting the opportunity to assist you with your dermatological needs.
- 1 in 5 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime.
- The incidence of melanoma has been on the rise for the last 30 years however is highly curable when detected early.
- Early detection is vital, as advanced melanoma spreads to the lymph nodes and internal organs it can result in death.
- One American dies from melanoma every hour.
At Dermatology Associates of Wisconsin we pride ourselves by offering education, prevention, detection and the latest treatment options. In 2012, we treated approximately 13,300 patients for skin cancer.
This skin cancer screening will allow members of the community to have their skin checked for any suspicious growths that are changing in size, color, asymmetry or bleeding and/or crusting. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet the providers and become more familiar with the clinic. Should a recommendation be made by the provider for further treatment, the patient will have an opportunity to schedule an appointment to have the spot biopsied and checked for skin cancer.
The free skin cancer screenings will be held by providers at the following clinics: (Click on location for address, clinic information and directions)
Skin Cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States and Dermatology Associates of Wisconsin strives to improve the communities we serve by decreasing the severity of skin disease through public awareness initiatives, personalized treatment plans and effective collaboration with our partners in medicine that brings the best dermatology in your neighborhood.
Check back for more information on skin cancer and what to look for in upcoming posts.