Skin cancer day: are you coming?

Skin cancer day: are you coming?

The Skin Cancer Day will take place on Saturday 2 June. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness about the dangers of too much sunbathing and to explain to visitors the importance of self-checking the skin on a regular basis. In this way, a skin cancer can be detected early and there is a greater chance of a cure.

The dermatologists of the Jan van Goyen Medical Center are also participating in this important day. This means, among other things, that they inform people about the skin, sun and spots and assess them on the spot. You can sign up for the Skin Cancer Day from Monday 16 April until 7 May via this link.

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