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Don’t ignore skin change

Never ignore a strange mark, lesion or change to a mole on your skin. It could be cancer and early diagnosis is your best chance of getting it removed before it spreads.

Most skin cancer is caused by sun damage, so using a good sun protection cream is vital. But, even if you are super-careful now, past tanning sessions (whether in the sun or on a sunbed) may have set the wheels in motion for skin cancer to develop later in life.

At Medcare, we don’t want anyone’s life to be devastated by skin cancer, so we offer completely free skin cancer checks.

Our doctor will thoroughly examine any suspicious-looking marks, and advise if any action needs to be taken.

As well as a GP who is experienced in recognising skin cancer, we have a dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon on our team who can both be called on to help with cases of skin cancer.

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One in four Brits have a hidden red hair gene that puts them at greater risk of skin cancer than they realise. Could you be one of them? Read more…

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Carol needed surgery for skin cancer on her face. She found Medcare surgeon Dr Teresa Bernabeu Abad made the process as easy as possible. Read more…

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Worried about a mole on his back, Michael Chase came to us for a free skin cancer check. He is very glad he did. Read his story…

Book a free skin cancer check

Booking your free skin cancer check is easy. Simply call us on 966 860 258 or fill in the form on the right and we will get back to you.

Terms & conditions
Only one free skin cancer check per person
Appointments must be booked during special screening times