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Mole Scanning Service

Sometimes moles can change, and if they do it’s important to get them checked

What is the Mole Scanning Service?

The Mole Scanning Service provides you with an assessment of moles and pigmented lesions you’re worried about, and can help to identify any that might be suspicious.

The service doesn’t provide a diagnosis of skin cancer, but ScreenCancer Dermatology Specialists analyse the moles/lesions and can help identify any suspicious moles that might need further investigation.

Come in and talk to our specially trained pharmacy advisors if you’re worried about moles on your body. The service is operated by ScreenCancer with assistance from trained members of selected Boots pharmacy teams. 

Who can use the service?

The Mole Scanning Service is for those aged 18 years old and over. If you are younger than 18, please see your GP if you have any concerns about your moles or pigmented lesions.

Please note, we cannot scan any moles or pigmented lesions:

  • Located in an intimate area of the body (e.g. genitals, areas of the breasts covered by a bra)
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