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Free Skin Screening Event

Early Detection And Awareness Is Key

In spirit of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Catalyst Medical Center hosted a Free Skin Screening from 4 to 8 PM on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. 

This skin screening encouraged the community to take responsibility for their bodies and protecting themselves agains the harmful damage that the sun can do to our skin. 

Skin Cancer is the most common type of cancer in America. 1 in 5 Americans will have a variety of skin cancer in their lives. Think about it: out of every 5 people you know, 1 will have abnormal skin behavior that could lead to a fight for their lives.

Melanoma, the deadliest of skin cancers, affects 22 in 100,000 people in North Dakota. That is one of the highest percentages in the entire is time to take responsibility for your skin and get checked!

Catalyst Dermatology Provider, Jen Blais, gave a general full body skin screening to everyone on a first come, first served basis.The turnout was incredible!

It is fantastic to see people in our community making sure they are happy and healthy, and learning all about how to continue to protect themselves from burns or skin cancer.

It's not too late! Make sure you are not one of the many Americans who suffer from skin cancer each year. Take the time to get checked at Catalyst today!

If You Missed Us...

Don't worry! Catalyst is always here and willing to make sure you are taken care of. Schedule an appointment for a skin check with Jen Blais at Catalyst today!

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