‘However, it is critical to value your own health and well-being as well as your children’s,’ she stated. ‘Take a few minutes also if it’s right after you shower or while you’re putting on your pajamas at night to check your skin layer regularly for the symptoms of skin cancers. It could save your valuable life.’ Skin cancers is most treatable when it’s detected early. American Academy of Dermatology experts say everyone should learn the ‘ABCDEs’ of melanoma, the most deadly type of skin cancer: A is for Asymmetry: One aspect of a mole isn’t identical to the other side. B is for Border irregularity: The mole has uneven, notched or blurred edges. C is for Color: The mole varies in color from one area to another. D is for Size: Most melanomas are bigger compared to the size of a pencil eraser when diagnosed, but can be smaller.Upon completion, participants go back to their home countries to implement their training and talk about their newfound knowledge with their colleagues. ‘The Visitor TRAINING CURRICULUM affords promising physicians from developing countries the opportunity to understand about procedures and techniques that tend to be unavailable in their local medical services,’ said Dr. Nancy Berliner, ASH President. ‘Our purpose is to foster skills and expertise that individuals may bring back to their home institutions. This should have a primary, positive impact on the quality of health care in their communities.’ This program is component of ASH’s larger work to handle hematology-related needs in analysis, practice, and training in developing areas.