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MASCED Mole and Spot Screening

15 mins

from £15


Skin cancer is the UK's most common and fastest-rising cancer, yet 86% of melanoma and non-melanoma are preventable.

Mole Mapping involves a visual inspection of the skin, with particular attention being paid to moles, spots and lesions to identify early signs and symptoms of skin cancers (melanoma and non-melanoma), with regular reviews helping to identify any changes.

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK. However, the vast majority of these are preventable.


There are 2 main types of skin cancer; 

Non-melanoma are the most common type of skin cancer. The two most common types are Basal Cell Carcinoma (being the most common) and Squamous Cell Carcinoma.

These appear on sun-exposed areas like the face, hands, neck, and arms but are not connected to moles and tend to appear gradually.


Melanoma is less common but is the most dangerous form of skin cancer. They can develop from pre-existing moles, but 70% appear as new marks. They can appear on any part of the body but are most commonly seen on men's bodies and women's legs.   

​The ABCDE system helps identify and monitor any changes when checking moles or other marks. 

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