Protect yourself from skin cancer
The Northwest has some of the highest rates of skin cancer in the country. Enjoy summer’s sunny days, but to help you protect your skin, Family Matters has some advice.
Summer sun safety
Just one sunburn can increase your lifetime risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. Here are some skin cancer prevention tips.
How to choose sunscreen
With so many sunscreen options, it’s hard to know what you should use for you and your kids. These guidelines can help you make the right choice.
Skin protection for every season
Summer isn’t the only time of year to protect your skin. Here are suggestions for what to do throughout the year.
The ABCDEs of skin cancer detection
What does skin cancer look like? Know the warning signs by knowing your A, B, C, D and Es
Providence Cancer Institute melanoma research
Providence Cancer Institute has done groundbreaking research in using immunotherapy to treat advanced melanoma. Learn more here.
Skin cancer care
If you’ve been diagnosed with skin cancer, Providence Cancer Institute’s team of cancer specialists can support you every step of the way. See their services.
Let’s finish cancer.
We care because cancer doesn’t. Learn how Providence Cancer Institute and people like you are working to finish cancer.