Risk factors of skin cancer:
Skin cancers appear in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they all share the same risk factors:
-prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation
-having turned 40 years old
-if your family has a history of skin cancer
-having a light skin
-having received an organ transplant
-Skin cancer can still strike young people and people with dark skin.
The earlier skin cancer is detected, the better the long-term prognosis. Make it a habit to check your skin on a frequent basis. Make an appointment with a dermatologist for a thorough check if you notice any anomalies. Discover how to conduct a skin self-examination. The best ways to protect yourself from all types of skin cancer are to use sunscreen and restrict your time in the sun.
Prevention of skin cancer: