YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Dermatologist. patient. family member. friend.
No matter how you have been touched by skin cancer, this is your time to tell skin cancer to take a hike!
Join the cause to reduce the incidence and mortality rates of skin cancer. You’ll be raising funds that will be used to educate the public about the importance of skin cancer prevention and detection, provide free skin cancer screenings, and build shade structures for schools and non-profits across the country.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN 3 EASY STEPS

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Find a Hike

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Register

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Fundraise


WHY WE HIKE

Melanoma rates in the United States have doubled from 1982 to 2011. In fact, Caucasians and men older than 50 have a higher risk of being diagnosed; and melanoma is the second most common form of cancer in females age 15-29. Take a moment to read stories from those who’ve been affected by skin cancer.

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Dr. Ellen
Marmur's story
READ

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Dr. Kathleen Welsh and
Dr. Bill Plautz's story
READ

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Megan
Sullivan's story
READ


SKIN CANCER FACTS AND STATS

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Nearly 9,500 Americans
are diagnosed every day
with skin cancer.

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One in five Americans will
develop skin cancer in
their lifetime.

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On average, one American
dies from melanoma
every hour.



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