In the Media
Mole checks at Community Take Part festival
Really enjoyed my time at the Take Part festival with some brilliant people doing some mole checks. This is a great community initiative to encourage safety in the sun, reassure those with normal moles and encourage referral to dermatology for those with moles that need checking.
BRIGHTON and Hove Albion?s official charity has teamed up with the NHS to encourage people to check themselves for changes to moles that could?
Albion in the Community working with NHS to ensure local people stay safe in the sun
Great to be part of this collaboration doing community mole checks yesterday. Great team and wonderful to reassure so many people!
Albion in the Community (AITC) has teamed up with the local NHS to encourage people to check themselves for changes to moles that could point towards skin cancer. More than 2,300 a year die from skin cancer in the UK, with around 15,400 new cases identified nationwide every 12 months. As with the majority of ? Continue reading “Albion in the Community working with NHS to ensure local people stay safe in the sun”
The Independent: How to stay safe in the sun this summer, by Dr DeGiovanni
Please see an article I wrote for the Independent HERE. Every year in the UK, more than 15,000 cases of melanoma skin cancer are reported, most are preventable. There are deadly tanning myths, confusion over sunscreen, poor awareness of warning signs and treatment. What is melanoma and how best do we protect ourselves from it?