The panel scheduled 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 25 will discuss skin cancer, prevention, detection and treatment including melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer, according to a press release.
“With the growing incidence of melanoma and other skin cancers, it is best to be screened by a trained dermatologist and all people should be checked at least once yearly and possibly more frequently, depending on their personal and family history,” Dr. Mullens said in a prepared statement. According to the American Cancer Society, skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer affecting more than five million Americans annually with Arizona leading the nation in skin cancer incidence rates.
The Valley of the Sun JCC enriches physical, mental and spiritual growth while connecting the Jewish and Greater Phoenix community through relationships and engagement in an all-inclusive environment; enriching lives through childcare, fitness, education and cultural programming, the release noted.
People of all faiths, backgrounds and abilities are welcome to attend the free event presented in partnership with Above and Beyond Senior Placement Service. Seating is limited.
Registration is required at vosjcc.org/skin
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