What is your risk
of developing
skin cancer?

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Risk Prediction Tool Questionnaire

Step 1 of 10

1. What is your gender?*

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.

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