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Kids ages 6 months and older are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine. In June 2022, the FDA and CDC granted emergency use authorization for Pfizer-BioNTech and Modern vaccines in children ages 6 months to 5 years.

Skin Cancer and Melanoma

Skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma) is one the most common types of cancers. It affects more than 3 million Americans each year. If you have been diagnosed with skin cancer, our experts will get you the care you need.

At Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute, we specialize in early detection and targeted, minimally invasive treatments that protect the healthy skin tissue. We work with you to help you feel better and enjoy a full life. Our whole-person approach to care includes robust support services such as support groups, palliative care, and cancer genetics.

Skin cancer care at AHN

Our specialists diagnose and treat skin cancer using the latest, minimally invasive treatments, so you have a shorter, easier recovery.

Learn more about why people choose us for skin cancer treatment.

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Diagnosing skin cancer

Basal and squamous cell cancers are frequently curable when we detect them early. Melanoma is more aggressive, so early detection is essential.

We work closely with Carnegie Mellon University to develop novel imaging technologies to catch skin cancer at its earliest stages. We use a pioneering process called lymph node mapping to help diagnose advanced cases of melanoma and certain squamous cell cancers. Find out more about skin cancer diagnosis.

Skin cancer treatment

At the Cancer Institute, we specialize in minimally invasive treatments to treat skin cancers. Get more information on skin cancer treatment.

Contact us

Call the AHN Cancer Help Line anytime at (412) NURSE-4-U (412) 687-7348 to schedule a cancer-related appointment or to just talk with our nurses about diagnoses, treatments, and side effects.