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What are the most common types of skin cancer (and how to check your skin)

Each year, more than 2,000 Australians die from skin cancer alone. This is why being informed about skin cancer, and being pro-active with its prevention is an important part of living an Australian life. With National Skin Cancer Week fast approaching on November 18th, it is important not only to know […]

What does a cancerous mole look like?

Although having professionals check your skin at your annual skin check is an essential part of skin cancer prevention and early detection, checking your own skin every three months is just as important. Here’s our easy guide on how to check your own skin and recognise the warning signs of […]

How many Australians are diagnosed with skin cancer each year? Looking back over the years

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in Australia, with almost two in three Australians will be diagnosed with some form of skin cancer during their lifetimes. This is why early detection and prevention are so important.

While some people are especially at risk – such as those with […]

Where to get your next skin cancer check – hassle-free and affordable prevention

Skin cancer prevention is an important part of keeping yourself healthy, especially if you are regularly exposed to the sun, have fair skin, light hair and light-coloured eyes.

In addition to checking yourself for any possible changes – which you should do every three months – there are also easy, […]

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