Find out more about our Academic Medical Centre and efforts in Academic Medicine
Academic Medicine Executive Committee (AM EXCO)
Find out more about what JOAM do to support AM initiatives
Find out more about the Office of Duke-NUS Affairs and Study Trip to Duke Durham
Guidelines, forms, and templates for Academic Medicine.
Prevention of Skin Cancer
You can reduce your risk of developing skin cancer by reducing exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This includes cutting down on your sun exposure, or ensuring that you apply a high SPF sunblock whenever you plan to go out in the sun.
It is important to check your skin regularly for suspicious changes in order to detect skin cancer at its earliest stages. Early detection of skin cancer gives you the greatest chance of successful skin cancer treatment.