Know Your ABC's When It Comes To MelanomaMelanoma is the deadliest of skin cancer, and rates continue to rise. Although your doctor should do a complete skin exam every year, there are some things you should be doing on your own at least once a month.
Melanoma Experts Meet To Showcase Latest ResearchColoradans enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine each year. But because of our altitude and love of the outdoors, Colorado's skin cancer diagnosis is 30 percent higher than the national average.
Father Of 2 Feels 'Great' After Surviving 98 Cancerous Brain TumorsA 46-year-old father once feared he had just weeks to live. But five years later, the melanoma that spread to his brain is in remission.
Strip Down To Your Birthday Suit, It's Melanoma MondayThe first Monday of May is designated as "Melanoma Monday." It's the day of the year everyone should perform a check for skin cancer. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida takes a closer look.
Pres. Jimmy Carter Gets Radiation Treatment For CancerPresident Jimmy Carter is talking about the cancer that has spread within his body. The former president has a long history in Colorado with one of his charities, Habitat for Humanity, by picking up a hammer and helping build homes for those less fortunate.
Colorado Doctor Urges Surgeon General To Say Indoor Tanning Causes CancerA leading cancer researcher in Colorado wants the U.S. surgeon general to declare indoor tanning causes skin cancer. He believes officially announcing the connection could save lives.
May Is Melanoma Awareness MonthAfter the long winter, it’s not a surprise everyone is gearing up to enjoy some fun outdoors this summer. Before heading out to catch some rays, think about protecting your skin.
Colorado Man Proof That Melanoma Treatment Advancement WorksResearchers in Colorado helped lay the groundwork for a new drug therapy that's offering hope for melanoma patients.
Lone Tree Doctor Has New Technology That Spots Suspicious Moles EarlyEvery hour one person dies of melanoma in the United States. Now a Colorado dermatologist has state-of-the-art technology to spot suspicious moles early.
Is Your Cellphone More Accurate Than A Dermatologist?It seems like there is a smartphone app for almost anything these days, but are you willing to risk your health for a free or low cost diagnosis of something weird growing on your skin? CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at a new study that analyzes skin apps ... that analyze your skin.