In the U.S., there are more skin cancer cases each year than any other form of cancer. Most of these cases involve basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, which are rarely fatal. Fewer than 5% of skin cancers involve melanomas, but these cases account for the vast majority of skin cancer deaths. Sun exposure is the number one risk factor for developing any kind of skin cancer, and a history of sunburns increases your odds of getting skin cancer dramatically. South Florida Radiation Oncology created this Infographic to help you understand the facts about skin cancer and your treatment options. Share this advice with your family and friends so they too can curb their skin cancer risks.