Monitoring moles with whole-body photography


Melanomas can be completely treatable if you catch them early by checking regularly.
People should check their skin every three to four months.
A thorough way is to get whole-body photography once a year.
Check against that to see if there are any new moles or if any of them have changed.
Some NHS providers can do a mole-map if you have a family history of skin cancers.

Bit of a plug for the Mole Clinic, London, which coincidentally offers a private screening service
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