Review: Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation

Cancer Websites, Skin Cancer — By on February 1, 2009 at 6:22 pm

The mission of the Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation is to establish quality educational programs about skin cancer and sun safety awareness.

The Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation’s main goals are:

To promote quality, evidence based educational programs.

To advocate and assist in the formulation of school and public policies which recognize the importance of sun safe measures and education.

To promote a framework for furnishing free school and community educational materials about skin cancer prevention.

To exemplify and promote the highest level of public accountability and social responsibility in the conduct of their services. In July of 2006, William H. Barth, President of Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation, received an American Academy of Dermatology Gold Triangle Award at the 10th annual Gold Triangle Awards Ceremony on Thursday evening at the San Diego Marriott.

Gold Triangle awards annually recognize and honor media, industry, health community, public service and individual efforts that further the understanding of dermatologic issues and encourage healthy behavior.

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