Thursday, July 18, 2013
The Medical University of South Carolina is visiting your Charleston County Parks to spread the word about skin safety.
This summer, be sure to protect your health by protecting your skin from harmful UV rays. Dermatologists on the MUSC Mobile Health Unit – a fully-equipped doctor’s office on wheels – will offer free skin cancer screenings at the following Charleston County Parks this summer:
• Saturday, Aug. 10, just outside Splash Zone Waterpark at James Island County Park, 9a.m. – noon.
Skin screenings are free and open to the public, no appointment required. So, while you are out enjoying the day at your county parks, take the basic steps to protect your skin.
For more information about free skin cancer screenings, call MUSC Health Connection at 792-0878.
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