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In the Headlines: Scripps MD Anderson Expert Talks Skin Safety

May is national skin cancer awareness month

An woman shades her face from the sun with a sun hat, representing a key example of skin safety from a Scripps cancer expert.

May is national skin cancer awareness month

May is national skin cancer awareness month and local news outlets recently interviewed Hubert Greenway, MD, about important steps people can take to keep their skin safe. He also discussed how skin cancer diagnoses have trended during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Greenway is medical director of the skin cancer program at Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center and is a Scripps Clinic physician.


Watch the coverage on CBS 8 News: May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month


Read the article in The Coast News: Pandemic’s side effects can be seen in melanoma cases

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