More about ScreenCancer mole scanning.

Hello beautiful people!

As promised, here is some more information on July’s featured treatment ScreenCancer mole checking service.

What is mole scanning?

A quick, easy, painless analysis of moles and pigmented skin lesion.

THE SCREENCANCER PROCESS

Offering a Mole Scanning service since 2011, ScreenCancer proudly deliver our service using highly experienced dermatology specialists and nurses. All pharmacy staff are trained to a high standard and are confident and competent to deliver the service within the Pharmacy. Our experience and professionalism in Cancer Screening is our customers guarantee of quality!

If you have concerns regarding a mole or lesion on your body, you should have this checked. You should either see your GP, or you can simply visit a local clinic delivering the mole scanning service in partnership with ScreenCancer.

In the clinic you will be asked to complete a consent form with some personal data. This is so ScreenCancer can contact you with the results of the analysis.
You will be asked a short series of questions about your skin. This will assess your risk factors of skin cancer and provide our dermatology specialists with the necessary background information for analysis.

Capturing images of your lesions is totally painless and harmless and takes a few minutes to complete. There is no harm and very few restrictions. If you have any doubts, ask the clinic.

The images and information collected at the consultation is then sent securely to the ScreenCancer dermatology specialist for analysis. All moles/pigmented lesions are privately analysed and a colour report sent to you within 2 weeks. You can receive this report via a text link or letter.

If there are any concerns about the mole/lesion, our nurses will call you to discuss recommendations from the report and if any remedial treatment/action is required. We are always eager to know the result of any treatment received, thus ScreenCancer will contact you again 3-6 months after the consultation to obtain your feedback.

WHAT TO LOOK FOR

The ABCDE rule is commonly used worldwide both by doctors and people in general, thus keeping this in mind as you check your moles could be good.

I hope that you’re slapping on your SPF 50 in the recent heat.

I look forward to seeing you soon.

Love Helen x

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