Should People With Tattoos Worry More About Skin Cancer Risk? A Leading Expert Breaks It Down For Us

Published Aug 19, 2020

Should People With Tattoos Worry More About Skin Cancer Risk? A Leading Expert Breaks It Down For Us

Millions of people across the world have tattoos, but can they be the cause of a missed skin cancer diagnosis? A leading expert shares some guidance with SurvivorNet.

NOW
PLAYING
British Bombshell Elizabeth Hurley, 55, Swears Off Sunbathing After Friend Is Diagnosed with Skin Cancer
NOW
PLAYING
Olivia Newton-John, 71, Shares Skin Care Secret During Her Stage 4 Breast Cancer Battle
NOW
PLAYING
Caitlyn Jenner, 70, Reveals Recurrent Skin Cancer & Chemo Cream Use In New Makeup Tutorial Video
NOW
PLAYING
New Research Shows Face Shields Are Not The Answer To COVID-19; Guidance For Cancer Patients
NOW
PLAYING
Skin Cancer Evangelist, Diane Keaton, Delights Fans With Hilarious 1987 Throwback. Keaton, who has faced recurrent skin cancer from age 21, is outspoken about year-round sun protection. Her "Baby Boom" clip with co-star, Sam Shepard, set off wave of adoring comments from fans.
NOW
PLAYING
3 Key Pancreatic Cancer Red Flags to Look Out For; Some Were Present in Alex Trebek & Patrick Swayze
×

Introducing, the Journey Bar

Use this bar to access information about the steps in your cancer journey.