We give YOU the tools to identify the warning signs EARLY so you can get treatment.
We are talking more than just ‘apply sunscreen’
Melanoma is the leading cause of cancer death in young women ages 25-30 and the second leading cause of cancer death in women ages 30-35.
Men are more likely to die of melanoma than women - this is true at any age. Why? Fewer men protect their skin from harmful UV ultraviolet rays.
Spot knows how important sunscreen is. He uses it every day, even when it’s rainy or cloudy.
Look how Spot makes sure he gets sunscreen everywhere it needs to be!
Since we spend so much time outdoors and in the sun playing, practicing, and watching, we need consistent reminders to pay attention to our skin and learn steps we can take to prevent skin cancer.
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People who have survived melanoma are 8 times more likely to develop another melanoma than the general population.
Randy Wyant is the driving force for SknVue a skin cancer non-profit.
He has a singular passion for helping savelives by promoting education, awareness and cutting-edge techno Logy to help combat skin cancer.
Randy has loved science and medicine as far back as he canremember. It’s what he always wanted to do
Randy has loved science and medicine as far back as he canremember. It’s what he always wanted to do.
While other teenagers got a job at McDonald’s, Randy’s first job was at a local community hospital where he learned the process of triage and worked across many different levels of care.
He got a taste early of how people’s lives were impacted by medical issues that were often found too late
He dove into the emerging medical diagnostic imaging specialty which led to over 30 years as a healthcare executive withcompanies like Philips Medical Systems, AGFA Healthcare and FujiFilm Medical Systems.
Randy is a trusted executive in understanding the value of educatio and information to make informed healthcaredecisions
Do you see a trend here?
When a close friend found a spot on his ear that led to skin cancer - and it took 6 months to get the dermatologistappointment - Randy chose to take his knowledge and focus exclusively on skin cancer prevention. SknVue was born.
A fun fact - Randy is an avid golfer, which explains a lot of our strong relationships with the golf community.
He’s a walking, talking advocate for skin cancer awareness at events ranging from the Oscar's pre to acommunity event near you.
Today you willfind him educating kids, doing skin checks at events, speaking on skin cancer prevention and partneringwith the experts for skin cancer detection and treatment.
He sits on the Board of the Melanoma Action Coalition and holds close ties to the PGA and LPGA golf community.
Here's the bottom line. He cares!
People with more than 50 moles, atypical moles or large moles are at increased risk for melanoma.