While nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC) is the most common type of cancer, few web resources were available about managing these conditions before skincancerinfo.org. Since 2023, we’ve reached 165,000 people with vetted content on skin cancer. With a relaunch and collaboration with Integrita Healthcare Education Foundation’s Skin Cancer CARE, we are pleased to expand our skin-cancer offerings to support patients, caregivers, and HCPs.

Featured & New Activities

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Caregiving Corner: Caregiving for a Person With Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer

Considers various aspects of caregiving, including supporting treatment decision making, patient advocacy, helping your loved one through symptoms and side effects of treatment, emotional support, financial considerations, and advanced care planning

Share Your Story

A new section of skincancerinfo.org where patients and survivors share their story from diagnosis to treatment and beyond

Bruce’s Story: Caregiving for a Loved One With Squamous Cell Skin Cancer

In this video, Bruce Cassidy shares his experience as a caregiver for his father, a patient with metastatic squamous cell skin cancer that was successfully treated with immunotherapy. He provides some insight into the continuum of care and his perspective on a range of issues as a caregiver

Side Effects of Immunotherapy: What You Need to Know

Oncology nurse and patient-education expert Jill Weberding answers patient questions regarding the immune-related side effects of immunotherapy. This was a live, virtual event

Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer Memorial Wall

A place for loved ones to share memories and stories of those they have lost to nonmelanoma skin cancer

Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Questions to ask your doctor from diagnosis to treatment to follow-up care for squamous cell skin cancer and basal cell carcinoma

Health Care Disparities

Skin Cancer in People of Color Course

Learn about skin cancer in people of color through this multimedia course.

Dedicated Portals


This website is designed to help patients, their families, and caregivers understand skin cancer. We are excited to be relaunching this site, in conjunction with Integrita Healthcare Education Foundation, to be a more comprehensive skin cancer site with content for patients, caregivers, and providers.