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One person dies every hour of melanoma in the United States now it's not only skin cancer awareness month for -- to today's melanoma Monday.
Perfect time to remind ourselves take care of her skin and try to prevent sun damage dermatologist doctor Doris Day is here to.
Help us out this morning good morning even -- -- TV was still have to be aware I was just gonna say I'm freezing out here I'm not have to worry about the sun today but I'm wrong writer Ron.
Regalia about melanoma is one of the highest cancer killer in women and accidentally went inside the 29 years old nearly one -- -- -- -- Every hour a malignant melanoma and this is something on the skin that we can -- -- we can help prevent.
And now we have a new device called -- -- that can help me as a dermatologist.
I get a site and diagnosed.
-- -- cancer like melanoma early.
When it's 98 plus percent curable but this is really important is gonna go to the dermatologist if you have a body -- for moles maybe once a year.
But again -- -- -- just yet.
One step and Natalie still still the -- -- and should have -- every year cool identified -- and Jimenez still amazing that looks suspicious that I.
And then when Martinez and then -- and then now this.
-- -- -- I didn't miss getting a little less than a minute thinking give me more information.
It's -- like that I can't feel my naked eye and you are certain.
You are an earlier you did of one of the falls on my.
I think they want to try and see this live on the yes we did because.
It takes for a second it takes forty seconds so what I would do it I would do the screening I didn't get a biased bout and I found one -- -- that would be interesting to get more information about.
-- love what you do is we -- it would build a little alcohol Justin -- the area.
And then the -- will go right on this again.
And look it'll go right -- -- -- like he did that.
And this and about forty seconds.
Seeing the images coming up on the screen that will show.
How deep did those sentiments again the parameters of it and it gives me extra information and then -- -- -- high or low.
Came back below which is what I hope that then that's not a great news.
That even comes back tonight that parade will give me -- about how deep it goes whether or not it needs to be removed.
And patent and even how much of a margin and I should -- so what this thing I have been able to prioritize.
Around the -- that I decide to remove.
-- even remove them or not remove them so they might call it there exactly and instead organization low disorganization and what does that mean that means that it's.
More -- a typical benign means and that we can continue to watch.
Now I have a level of suspicion and remove it it's giving me warm but -- not -- warming.
-- the really bad news is that nearly 40% of people don't even think that there are at risk of skin cancer.
And three out of four people don't get -- cancer screening.
So -- the simple screen that's over the body no poking and prodding to the delight right and it ended in daylight -- sale.
Or sixty it's tough to get guys to the -- and especially to go embodies exactly some things that people can do to prevent the sun damage of course used SPF thirty or higher.
We'll fly you say that there's no such thing as waterproof sunscreen now it's going to be water resistant fire -- -- -- you have to re apply every two hours more happening you're sweating it.
Letting a swimming but the sun doesn't really care what you're doing if you're out the -- is even incidental exposure is humility and and -- December and will increase your risk will double your risk of melanoma no indoor tanning after Doris Day thank you so much thinking there as well.
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