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    Is your skin examined every year?
    BetteK posted:

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    Do you get all of your skin checked for cancer once a year, every year?
    • No, I'd be embarassed.
    • No, they don't do that at my doctor's office.
    • Yes, they check my face, neck, and arms.
    • Yes, they check ALL of me every year
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    xperky responded:
    Yep, all of me, twice a year! Prior melanoma removed, so they measure moles, etc. Having your skin checked is important, and the best way to survive skin cancer.
    With Compassion,

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