Spot Skin Cancer™

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SPOT Skin Cancer™
Welcome to the American Academy of Dermatology’s SPOTSkin Cancer™ quiz. Take this quiz to find out how much you know – or don’t know – about skin cancer, including what to look for on your skin and when it’s important to see a dermatologist. The quiz takes about 5 minutes to complete. Along the way, pop-ups will share simple tips to help you learn how to SPOT Skin Cancer™!

  
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1.  The best way to prevent skin cancer, including melanoma – the deadliest form of skin cancer – is to limit exposure to the sun.
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2.  Getting a base tan is a healthy way to protect my skin from sun damage.
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3.  When shopping for sunscreen, a product with SPF 30 provides twice the protection as an SPF 15.
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4.  I should apply sunscreen every day, even when it’s cloudy or cold outside.
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5.  Skin cancer can be easily treated when caught early.
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6.  When checking my skin for skin cancer, I should only look for new moles or spots.
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7.  When checking my skin, I need to look over my entire body, even parts of my body that do not get regular sun exposure, like the soles of my feet. 
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8.  Only fair-skinned people have to be concerned about skin cancer.
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