Work Stride webinar: Sun and Skin Awareness

Learn prevention strategies that you and your family can use to reduce the risk of skin cancer

Smiling woman hugs her young sun in a swimming pool


Did you know that melanoma is the most diagnosed cancer in the United States? And that sun exposure is the most preventable risk factor? As summer begins, now is a great time to refresh your knowledge on protecting yourself.

Join the Johns Hopkins Work Stride: Cancer Prevention, Navigation, and Support program at noon on Thursday, July 11, for a UV Safety Awareness Month webinar about skin cancer prevention. You'll learn how to reduce the risk of skin cancer, the importance of screening, and how Work Stride can help you and your family learn about cancer prevention strategies.

Register in advance for the webinar here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Have questions about screenings or want information about how to protect yourself and your family? Contact your Work Stride oncology nurse navigator at 844-446-6229 or managecancer@jh.edu.

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