“I’m not letting you leave my office with that on your back.”
Jordan remembers her dermatologist’s words at the appointment that changed her life. At just 20 years old, she was diagnosed with advanced, stage III melanoma.
“Why me? I was too young to get skin cancer,” she remembers thinking. “I felt that I had done everything I could to limit my risk of skin cancer.”
But Jordan soon learned that while skin protection is important, skin cancer and melanoma can’t always be prevented.
Melanoma is the most serious and life-threatening type of skin cancer, but it is …