The Young and the Restless' John Enos (ex-Bobby Marsino) had a very close call with skin cancer recently, and the actor is hoping that his experience can help save fans' lives.
Enos, who also appeared on Days of our Lives as an Elvis Presley impersonator, took to social media with a photo of himself post-surgery and a message that reveals that doctors were able to get all of the skin cancer that they found on his face and arm.
"Got it all!" he proudly declares along with a warning to fans that reads, "Wear Sunscreen!! See a dermatologist once a year..."
Enos is the latest in a line of daytime stars who have recently had issues with melanoma. DAYS' Alison Sweeney (Sami Brady) experienced a similar situation when she tested positive for skin cancer last summer, which led the actress to team up with Stand Up to Cancer. Sweeney's on-screen sister, Martha Madison (Belle Black), was also recently diagnosed with melanoma, which doctors found on her back.
"PSA: Get your moles checked," Madison shared at the time. "Check your skin for any noticeable changes and ask your doctor about it!! Even if it seems like nothing, let an expert decide... Early detection of skin cancer gives you the greatest chance for successful skin cancer treatment and prevents it from developing into something more complicated. And of course, use sunscreen (which I do!)."
For more information on skin cancer and to learn the melanoma warning signs to watch out for, visit the Skin Cancer Foundation.
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