As summer gets underway, doctors remind sun-lovers one in five Americans will develop some form of skin cancer in their lifetime.
If caught early, it can be cured. But if it spreads, it can be debilitating if not deadly.
Now there's a new online resource for people affected by advanced skin cancer. Sunrise 7's Sean Caldwell spoke with skin cancer specialist Doctor Eric Whitman, along with Emily and Nancy, both diagnosed with advanced forms of skin cancer.
For more information on Faces of Skin Cancer, visit the link below.
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