Risk Prediction Tools
First Primary Melanoma
Sentinel Node Metastasis
Subsequent Primary Melanoma
Thin Melanoma Recurrence
Immunotherapy Outcomes Prediction
Subsequent Primary Melanoma Risk Calculator
Questions for the patient
Age when diagnosed with your first melanoma?
How many melanomas (invasive or in situ) have you had on the skin?
Where on the body was your most recent melanoma?
Head or neck
Arms or shoulders
Chest, abdomen, back or trunk
What type of melanoma did you have?
Superficial spreading (invasive)
Lentigo maligna melanoma (invasive)
Melanoma in situ
Lentigo maligna (in situ) or Hutchinson's melanotic freckle
Type was not specified
Have you ever had a non-melanoma skin cancer?
This includes basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), Bowen disease or Merkel cell carcinoma.
How would you rate your natural skin colour on areas never exposed to the sun (like under your upper arm)?
Dark or Black
Number of moles when you were 18 years of age. Click on the diagram below that best describes you.
Moles are small brown or black spots on the skin, either raised or flat. Moles usually develop before age 20. Unlike freckles, moles do not change in appearance after sun exposure.
Which of the following best describes what would happen to your skin if it were repeatedly exposed to the summer sun without any protection?
No Tan, or only Freckled
Have you ever had genetic testing for melanoma?
Do you carry a high-risk version of the CDKN2A melanoma gene?
Since adolescence, on average, how much time each day have you spent outdoors in leisure-time activities?
Less than 30 min per day
Between 30-59 min per day
Between 60-89 min per day
90 min or more per day
Have any of your first-degree relatives had melanoma?
This includes parents, siblings or children.
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