What is your risk of developing skin cancer?


Score: 9 + Risk: High

What you should do…

  • See a doctor for a full-body skin check as soon as possible.
  • SCAN your skin yourself every 3 months.
  • Have a full-body skin check at least once a year.

Score: 4 to 8 Risk: Medium

What you should do…

  • See a doctor for a full-body skin check.
  • SCAN your skin yourself at least twice a year.
  • Have a full-body skin check every 2-3 years.

Score: 0 to 3 Risk: Low

What you should do…

  • See a doctor for a one-off skin check, or if you have any concerns.
  • SCAN your skin yourself at least once a year.
  • Remember – Low risk doesn’t mean NO risk.

Note: The information provided by this tool is to be used as a general guide and not to be solely relied upon. It is highly recommended that you discuss your personal risk factors and results of this risk assessment with your doctor.

Remember...the most effective management for skin cancer is early detection and treatment.