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Protecting the skin during the first 18 years of life can reduce the risk of some skin cancer types by 78%.

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Sun Safety for Life.


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We hope that you will find the TEAM EARLEY web site a valuable source of information about melanoma skin cancer. Our mission is to increase awareness for melanoma prevention, provide information on skin cancer detection, and educate families regarding the extreme damaging effects of the sun.  We are devoted to raising funds that help support community awareness, and national research that will ultimately find a cure for melanoma. 
Small state - BIG problem!
New Hampshire has the third highest rate of new melanoma diagnoses in the U.S. as of 2018, 61% higher than the national average.

Grafton County has the highest rate of melanoma diagnoses in the state, 160% above the national average.

New Hampshire had the 7th highest melanoma death rate nationally from 2001-2005—18.5% higher than the U.S. average.

Cheshire County has the highest melanoma death rate in the state, 63% above the national average.

Source Data: National Vital Statistics System

& National Cancer Institute

More than 40 people in New Hampshire die of melanoma every year. 

Education is the best tool we have in the fight against melanoma. Please watch and share this video link with others in your community so they can also learn about the real dangers of tanning. "Tanning is out, your skin is in!"

Please find additional information about melanoma prevention here...

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