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Skin cancer can appear at any stage of life. One in five Americans will develop some form of skin cancer during their lifetime. And, just one serious sunburn can increase your risk by as much as 50 percent. Annual skin cancer screenings are important to your skin health.

What happens at a skin cancer screening?

A skin cancer screening is a visual inspection of your skin by a medical professional of your moles, freckles and other marks. There is no need to take blood, and nothing will be cut or removed at the time of the screening. Screenings generally take only 15 minutes.