April 19, 2017
Brittany Marshall , INHS Community Wellness Senior Project Coordinator
Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month
, devoted to getting out the message of the prevalence of skin cancer in the United State. It's the most common type of cancer brought on by exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun or tanning beds. If found and treated, skin cancer is curable-so this month
INHS Community Wellness
is doing its part in screening community members.
INHS Community Wellness is hosting free skin cancer screenings, May 1-5 at skin cancer centers located throughout the area. By attending one of these screenings, participants will be checked for spots and early symptoms of skin cancer.
These free screenings are provided to the community through a donation from Providence Health Care Foundation and donated time from physicians in Spokane. They are open to all ages and appointments are required.
View screening options or register