Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Checking Yourself Can Help Stop Cancer

Skin, Breasts, Testicles Can Be Checked At Home
Shiloh Woolman, Staff writer

Four months before the November election, Republican Sen. John McCain found a strange mole during a regular skin cancer screening.
A doctor removed the spot and, on July 29, reported that the presumptive Republican nominee for president was fine. No cancer was found this time. But on three previous occasions, McCain's mole biopsies have turned up melanoma.

"If you ever have any slight discoloration, please go to your dermatologist or your doctor and get it checked out as soon as possible," McCain said, as reported by the Associated Press.

Skin-cancer checks are just one of the big three screenings you can and should do at home, experts say. Continue Reading >>

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