FREMONT, CA: Research has shown that the risks of skin cancer rise with increased exposure to sunlight. This makes it evident that people serving in the armed forces are more vulnerable to cases of skin cancer. On the occasion of this year's Memorial Day, MoleSafe USA announced the 'Support Our Troops and Veterans,' a skin cancer surveillance program. The gesture is meant to help detect signs of skin cancer like melanoma in the members of the armed forces at the earliest stage.
By making their surveillance available to members of the armed forces at lower prices, MoleSafe is ensuring that life-saving diagnosis tools are available to them who have the highest risks of developing skin cancer. With total body photography, clinical imaging of moles and dermatological examinations, MoleSafe determines whether any lesions require biopsy or not. It is essential that cancer is detected at the earliest as it allows sufficient time for treatment and recovery. Any delay in detection might lead to cancer developing into advanced stages after which, it cannot be treated.
MoleSafe is a leading detection, diagnosis, and surveillance company for skin cancer called melanoma. Their services include the earliest detection of melanoma at a stage when it is entirely treatable. Expert dermatologists associated with MoleSafe create head-to-toe skin photography, and dermatological tests are conducted after which, an extensive report is provided to the person undergoing the tests as well as to their doctors. These reports include recommendations, instructions, and follow-up practices, as well. The service provided by MoleSafe is very comprehensive. With a safe and innovative approach towards delivering life-saving tools, MoleSafe has created an exclusive space for itself.