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Dump your spray sunscreens this summer
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

To cover the arms and legs properly with spray sunscreen, you will need to use 1/4 can of the aerosol. A light spray will do nothing but open the skin to SUN-DAMAGE.

Why is skin cancer so common in Australia?
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Australians have the highest chance of being diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer and one of the highest risk of melanoma. Every year, there are about 1 million skin cancer related medical services in Australia.

WATCH YOUR HEAD!
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Mr Head's barber saved him by picking up the nasty melanoma on his head. How about yourself? WATCH YOUR HEAD!

Do not pick your nose, it is not a pimple!
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

It is not uncommon that a BCC on the nose was mistakenly called pimple, which led to delayed treatment.

WHO is watching your back?
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Finding melanoma can be very challenging in people with many moles. Only a professional examination can tell for sure.

Who is watching your back?
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

There are many spots on your body that you are unable to see. Only a professional examination with skin doctor can tell for sure.

John's 'ulcer' - NOT all melanomas are DARK
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Melanomas don’t always have a pigmented, dark-coloured appearance. Some melanoma can disgust like an ulcer. If you are no sure of any changes to your skin, see a doctor having experience with skin cancer. Don’t be fooled by Melanomas.

Why do a full body skin check?
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Full body skin check is crucial for skin cancer screening. Often there are hiding spots not noticed by people turned out to be skin cancer or melanoma.

Do I need to worry about itchy moles?
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

EARLY DETECTION IS THE KEY!
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Check your melanoma risk today
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Melanoma Risk

What is the UV Index? (and why you should check it every day)
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Australians has the 2nd highest chance to develop melanoma in the world. The high UV index in Australia is one of the key factors for melanoma.

The Case for Population Skin Cancer Screening
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

How do I know if a Mole is Cancerous?
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic