June 21, 2013
With the sun season getting underway — a reminder that one in five people will have skin cancer at some time in their lives.
“I’ve never worn a hat. I wore a bill cap, but that’s all,” says Howard Gillogly who’s had a lot of sun exposure as a farmer.
Howard has had two common basal cell cancers removed from his nose. He’s about to have another removed from his face.
Dr. Holly McCoppin of College Park Specialty Center will do Mohs micrographic surgery. It spares healthy tissue while almost always resulting in a cure.
Read more and/or watch video (via Fox 4 News)