2021-12-07 18:30


Free Skin Cancer Screening: Early Detection Can Save Your Life

Skin cancer is the cancer you can see. Unlike cancers that develop inside the body, skin cancers form on the outside and are usually visible. 

GHC is pleased to offer FREE SKIN CANCER SCREENING for anyone who wants their moles checked or a clinical opinion from professional dermatologist on localised changes to their skin.

Scan below QR code to book the appointment today!

Period of Validity

From December 1 to December 31, 2021

Our Location

1788 Nanjing West Road, 1788 Square, Suite 303, Jing An District



TEL. (8621)5298-6339

Operating Hours

Monday to Friday, 8:00am-7:00pm

Saturday and Sunday, 9:00am-5:00pm

Many people are concerned if a mole on their body is a skin cancer. Before visiting your dermatologist, you need to stay aware of growth on your body that may be changing. 

So, the change could be about its size, color or other symptoms such as it feels itchy or painful and if it bleeding or not healing.

In these conditions, it would be wise to visit your dermatologist and get a skin cancer screening.


Am I at high risk for skin cancer?

You might have a higher risk of getting cancer if:

 You have fair skin

 You have light hair and light eyes

 You burn when you try to get tanned

 You had blistering sun burns in the past

 You have someone in your family who had skin cancer

 You previously did indoor tanning in past


What are the different types 

of skin cancer?

There are three kinds of skin cancers:


Basal Cell Carcinoma

It is one of the most common skin cancer and is very less likely to spread to other parts of your body. It may keep on growing and damage the tissues around it if not treated.


Squamous Cell Carcinoma

This type of skin cancer is more aggressive and they can slowly spread to other parts of your body.



This is a serious type of skin cancer that can easily spread to other parts of your body and needs aggressive treatment as it may be fatal.


One half looks different than the other half.


It has irregular or uneven edge.


It has different colors.


It is larger than eraser on the end of a pencil.


Its size, color, shape or characteristics changed over time. 


What can I expect 

at skin cancer screening?

Our doctors will look from your head to toes closely, which includes your scalp, face, arms, back, chest, stomach, legs and in between toes. They would even check your eyes and inside of mouth.

If you are comfortable, they would like to screen your private areas such as your genital areas and buttocks as well because skin cancer may grow at any area of your body.

Our doctors will look for textural changes that may be suggestive of any pre-cancerous signal or any spots that may not be healing that you didn't notice.


Is there a test for skin cancer

Yes, after examining skin of your body, if we suspect any kind of skin cancer or pre-cancerous condition, we will do a biopsy that will help us to make a definitive diagnosis.


How can it be treated?

If this cancer is detected in early stage before spreading, we will perform a small surgery to cut it off.

But it we detect after it has already spread, you would refer you to visit oncologist to discuss the best treatment plan such as immunotherapy, targeted therapy, etc.


What happens after treatment?

After treatment, you will need to visit your dermatologist around once a 6 months to make sure if there are no new lesions resembling skin cancer coming back.


Can skin cancer be prevented?

Yes, you can decrease your chances of getting skin cancer by protecting yourself from excess sun exposure. It can be done by following simple methods which are:

 Wear sunscreen with SPF at least 30 and reapply it after two hours if you are outdoors;

 Use long-sleeved shirt, long pants and wide-brimmed hats;

 Avoid sun exposure during middle of the day (9am - 4pm);

 Do not use tanning beds;

Dr.Chunying GUO 


  • RealMed Doctors' Group Chief Physician

  • Dermatologist


  • Mandarin

  • English

Qualifications & Experiences

  • Founder of RealMed Doctors Group

  • Master Degree of Skin Cancer, University of Queensland, Australia

  • Member of DASIL & ASLMS

  • Allergan certified injection expert for Botox and Juvderm

  • Elravie certified injection expert in greater China

  • FILLMED Art Filler selected injection expert

  • APTOS certified thread lifting physician

  • Quill designated thread lifting physician

  • With more than 20 years of clinical experience in dermatology, Dr.GUO is good at the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases in children and adults, such as eczema, atopic dermatitis, acne, rosacea, viral warts, athletes foot, folliculitis, hair loss, skin cancer, etc.;

  • Good at improvement of pigmented lesions, such as melasma, Ota nevus, seborrheic keratosis ( age spots)freckles, sunburn, etc.;

  • Good at skin surgery, such as removal of pigmented moles, subcutaneous cysts, skin tumors.

Dr.Ting ZOU


  • Dermatologist


  • Mandarin

  • English

Qualifications & Experiences

  • Member of RealMed Doctors Group

  • Master of Dermatology, Tongji University

  • Participated in important academic conference in domestic dermatology many times

  • Continued to study in Munich, Germany, Shanghai Tenth People's Hospital, Shanghai Dermatology Hospital

  • Good at diagnosis and treatment of various common and difficult skin diseases, especially experienced in acne and complications;

  • Committed to the comprehensive treatment of pigmented skin diseases and skin rejuvenation problems, such as skin rejuvenation, wrinkle removal, etc.;

  • Good at using optoelectronic technologies such as pulsed lasers, non-ablative fractional lasers, ablative fractional lasers, etc.;

  • Good at surgical treatment of skin tumors.

Dr.Xiaofeng QIN M.D. 


  • Dermatologist


  • Mandarin

  • English

Qualifications & Experiences

  • Member of RealMed Doctors Group

  • M.D., graduated from Second Military Medical University, major in dermatology and venereology

  • Former associate chief physician of Department of Dermatology, Changhai Hospital

  • Dr. QIN has been engaged in clinical, scientific research and teaching of dermatology for a long time. He has accumulated rich experience in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic dermatosis, dermatomycosis, autoimmune dermatosis and critical skin diseases. He has published more than ten academic papers and has been awarded as an advanced individual in teaching and outstanding worker for several times. He is especially skilled at the diagnosis and treatment of eczema, facial dermatitis, urticaria, atopic dermatitis, alopecia, dermatomycosis, psoriasis, vitiligo and acne.

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