I Have Skin Cancer, Now What?

What does skin cancer look like?

How do you not know you have skin cancer?

The Biopsy

The Diagnosis

What I Know about Basal Cell Carcinoma

  1. Limit your exposure to UV rays.
  2. Avoid tanning beds and sun lamps.
  3. Wear sunscreen on your face daily and cover your body with sun protective clothing if you’re going to be in the sun.
  4. Check your skin regularly.
  5. Visit the dermatologist once a year for a full body scan — Watch a video of me getting one here.

What’s Next?

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Caitlin Houston is a Mom of two and creator of Connecticut based life + style site Caitlin Houston Blog.

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Caitlin Houston is a Mom of two and creator of Connecticut based life + style site Caitlin Houston Blog.

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