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Skin Cancer Foundation in Greenwich offers free screenings

The Skin Cancer Foundation is offering free cancer screenings Sunday at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich in a bright yellow RV.

News 12 Staff

Aug 11, 2019, 4:37 PM

Updated 1,772 days ago

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The Skin Cancer Foundation is offering free cancer screenings Sunday at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich in a bright yellow RV.
It's called Destination Healthy Skin. Dr. Kim Nicholas says it is extremely important to protect your skin and to get screened.
"Very important to know that skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States," Nicholas says. "One in five people before the age of 65 will get skin cancer."
The screening takes about five to 10 minutes. In addition, people can learn about sunscreen and early detection.
Sunday is the last of 40 stops for the RV this summer.
 


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