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Thank You to Our 2013 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

Free Skin Cancer Screenings Across America in 2014

The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Road to Healthy Skin Tour, Presented by Rite Aid, is making its annual cross-country journey this summer, kicking off on May 27. The Tour works with local volunteer dermatologists who provide quick, easy and potentially life-saving FREE full-body skin cancer screenings in the 38-foot RV, which is equipped with two private exam rooms. This year’s Tour brings free skin cancer screenings to communities in 17 states and the District of Columbia, making stops at more than 50 Rite Aid stores. The Tour also provides information about skin cancer prevention and sun protection.

More than 18,000 people have received free screenings since the Tour began in 2008. To date, more than 7,000 suspected skin cancers and precancers have been detected, including 324 suspected melanomas, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

Check the Road to Healthy Skin Tour Schedule to see if we’re coming to your neck of the woods. Early arrival is recommended, as screenings are provided on a first-come, first served basis. Be sure to check back here for Tour event updates.

“Skin cancer is almost always treatable when detected early,” says Skin Cancer Foundation President Perry Robins, MD. “That’s why The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends that everyone visit a dermatologist every year for a professional skin exam, in addition to practicing monthly self-exams and paying close attention to any new or changing lesions. Doing so could save your life.”

We are grateful for support from:

Presenting Sponsor

Rite Aid

Supporting Sponsors

Banana Boat Hawaiian Tropic BASF