Last week we discussed a few tell-tale signs for identifying the three most common types of cancer. We’ve decided this week to give you a more visual clue as to what you should look for. From the image above, the left image represents Basal Cell Carcinoma, the center image shows Squamous Cell Carcinoma, and the right-most image shows Melanoma. These images are just clues – everybody will exhibit unique signs and your skin may not have these exact features. However, they are a good way to tip yourself off to something that’s more than a mole, scab, or wart. Should you find any blemishes resembling these on your body, we strongly recommend coming in to see us for a diagnosis. Even if you feel you are not at risk, we also recommend everyone at least get an annual full body skin screening.