Skin cancer is one of the most common malignancies worldwide accounting for approximately 40% of all neoplasms among Caucasians. Although less prevalent among people of color, it portends a worse prognosis as diagnosis is often delayed when the cancer is already at an advanced stage. Thus, early detection and diagnosis is of vital importance.
This e-learning module provides a brief review on non-melanoma and melanoma types of skin cancer and their proper management approach.
Maria Franchesca Sotto Quinio, MD, FPDS, FDSP
East Avenue Medical Center
Research Institute for Tropical Medicine