A common misconception is that people of color aren’t at risk for skin cancer. With the Skin Cancer is Color Blind program, ASDS members are spreading the word that anyone can be affected in any area of the body, and oftentimes the diagnosis in people of color is more advanced with worse outcomes and increased mortality. Be part of sharing this important skin health message in your community.

The Skin Cancer is Color Blind educational campaign was developed as an ASDS Future Leaders Network project by Arash Koochek, MD, MPH.