May is Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection Awareness Month. Spring is here and the proms, weddings and other occasions is the trigger for many to work at adding the bronze glow to their skin. Summer fun, laying out on the beach or having a bask in the sun while laying in the grass all seems harmless. Sadly, many are uninformed or simply in denial that they too can have skin cancer.
A young MaryAnn soon learned that her love for that glow had now become a cancer that she never thought would affect her. After all, skin cancer is for the older people - or so she thought.
While each journey is unique, we all share a common theme - cancer changes our lives forever.
Learn more at The Skin Cancer Foundation