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For these people, the benefit from taking these medicines will likely far outweigh the small increased risk of getting skin cancer.

The most important way to lower your risk of melanoma is to protect yourself from exposure to UV rays. Simply staying in the shade is one of the best ways to limit your UV exposure.

If you are going to be in the sun, this catchphrase can help you remember some of the key steps you can take to protect yourself from UV rays: Many people believe the UV rays of tanning beds are harmless. Tanning lamps give out UV rays, which can cause long-term skin damage and can contribute to skin cancer.

If you find a new, unusual, or changing mole, you should have it checked by a doctor experienced in recognizing skin cancers.

See Signs and Symptoms of Melanoma Skin Cancer for descriptions of what to look for.

Children need to be taught about the dangers of too much sun exposure as they become more independent.

For more on how to protect yourself and your family from UV exposure, see Skin Cancer Prevention and Early Detection.

Checking your skin regularly may help you spot any new or abnormal moles or other growths and show them to your doctor before they even have a chance to turn into skin cancer.

Certain types of moles are more likely to develop into melanoma (see Melanoma Skin Cancer Risk Factors).

Some risk factors such as your age, gender, race, and family history can’t be controlled.

But there are things you can do that could lower your risk of getting melanoma and other skin cancers.

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