Due to the overwhelming surge in COVID-19 cases and the strain it has placed on health care capacity in the communities we serve, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has activated crisis standards of care statewide. We are open and available to see patients, but you may experience delays at our ERs, hospitals, and clinics. We appreciate your patience. Access more info on COVID testing, vaccination, visitor policy, hospitalization data, and FAQs.
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Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, and Idaho ranks near the top for cases of melanoma–the deadliest form of skin cancer. You can protect yourself and your family by following these guidelines.
Sunscreen is an important part of your skin cancer and sun damage prevention plan.
Check your skin, moles, and spots for changes, such as itching, bleeding, odd growth, or anything that looks different. Show any changes to your healthcare provider right away.
You may be at higher risk to get skin cancer if you have:
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Because when you take care of yourself, everyone around you benefits.