Photos from the Tour

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Thank You to Our 2014 Volunteer Dermatologists

Each year, dermatologists from around the country volunteer their time to provide free skin cancer screenings. View Volunteer List

Road to Healthy Skin Tour

The Skin Cancer Foundation Offers
Free Skin Cancer Screenings in 2015


The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Road to Healthy Skin Tour, presented by Rite Aid, will be hitting the road this summer offering FREE full body skin cancer screenings. This year, the Tour will make roughly 35 stops throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

At each stop, volunteer dermatologists provide quick, easy and potentially life-saving full body skin cancer screenings in a 38-foot RV, equipped with two private exam rooms. In addition to the screenings, participants will receive information about skin cancer prevention and sun protection.

Since the Tour began in 2008, more than 20,000 people have received free skin cancer screenings. Volunteer dermatologists have identified more than 8,500 suspected skin cancers, including more than 350 suspected cases of melanoma.

“Though skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US, it is also one of the easiest to cure if diagnosed and treated early,” says Skin Cancer Foundation President Perry Robins, MD. “That’s why The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends that everyone see a dermatologist for an annual skin exam and practice monthly self-exams. It could save your life.”

We are grateful for support from:

Presenting Sponsor

Rite Aid
Rite Aid

Supporting Sponsor

Rite Aid