Sharing critical melanoma information through social media! It has been scientifically demonstrated (using "big data" from mobile phone locators and credit card data) that the way information is disseminated throughout our society is by living social bridges — those individuals who learn information in a central location like work or school, and then carry it into their own social networks. Be a social advocate for our melanoma early detection campaign! Each and every one of you have a social network, people that you have the ability to positively influence with this campaign. You can let them know that they need to look at their skin and the skin of their loved ones and do something if they see something abnormal. "Talking up" the program with your friends and family members — and getting them to do the same — will make a huge difference in the success of the program." - Dr. Sancy Leachman, M.D., Ph.D., Chair, Department of Dermatology; Director, Melanoma Program, and 'General' in the War on Melanoma™
Use the below materials to SHARE critical melanoma early detection awareness and edcuation on your social media pages:
Start Seeing Melanoma public health campaign
Share social media posts from our public health campaign Start Seeing Melanoma. You can visit our links below to share an existing post, or use the images and text below to create your own posts. Just be sure to tag #startseeingmelanoma!
Melanoma stands out.
Check your skin.
You could spot cancer.
Visit startseeingmelanoma.com #startseeingmelanoma #spotcancer #waronmelanoma
Melanomas are the deadliest type of skin cancer. Early detection is key! Examine your body once a month to look for new moles or changes in established ones. It's easy!
Learn how to do self examinations and find resources: startseeingmelanoma.com
Sometimes a simple skin check can save your life. Take a few minutes every month to check your skin. Visit startseeingmelanoma.com
#SkinCheck #Melanoma #CancerPrevention
Melanoma Did You Know!? videos
Dr. Sancy Leachman shares a series of melanoma "Did You Know!?" Facebook videos, designed to share facts, tips and info about primarily the importance of melanoma early detection.