* 1. Were you given any educational information regarding skin cancer while being evaluated for your organ transplant?

* 2.  Before you received a transplant, were you aware that you would be at a higher risk for skin cancer post-transplant?

* 3. If you answered “Yes” to Question 2, how concerned were you about your increased risk of skin cancer?

* 4. What is the most common type of skin cancer in transplant recipients?

* 5. How does appropriate use of sunscreen change the likelihood of getting skin cancer, including melanoma?

* 6. How frequently should sunscreen be re-applied, regardless of SPF?

* 7. What is the minimum SPF to provide adequate protection of your skin from UV radiation, for everyday use?

* 8. How much sunscreen should be applied to exposed areas of the body (i.e. face, arms, hands, ears, etc.)?

* 9. Which of the following will NOT help to decrease your risk of skin cancer?

* 10. How often should post-transplant patients see a dermatologist at the very minimum?

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