With the sun high in the sky this time of year, the concern about Melanoma increases. Kimberly Dinsdale with the American Cancer Society says it's the deadliest form of skin cancer. She says about 73,000 cases will be diagnosed this year with some form of Melanoma of the skin. Like all cancers, she says early detection is key to recovery. She says if you notice new or changing moles on your body, to have them checked out by a doctor. According to the CDC, about 240 people in Indiana die from Melanoma each year. Most are men.