Could your sun spot actually be melanoma? Here's how to tell.
There are 46 new skin cancer cases every day in the UK.
"Nearly seven years after I’d been given 16 months to live, I awoke from surgery to hear the words we once thought impossible: 'We got it all, Katie.'"
We should be wearing sunscreen every day, but one in 10 of us don't because it's too expensive.
This simple alphabet trick will help you remember.
Men are significantly more likely than women to suffer a fatal melanoma. Here's what to do about it.
Cancer Research UK projects there could be around 26,500 new cases of melanoma by 2038-2040.
Getting sunburnt just once every two years triples the risk of melanoma.
It’s helpful to remember the 'ABCD rule' when doing a skin check on your moles.
For every million people, there are between just five and seven diagnosed with melanoma of the eye each year