Being prepared for your skin check and knowing what to expect will help you make the most out of the appointment. Let’s look at 7 things you should know.
Dysplastic naevi are non-cancerous moles with irregular features & can indicate a higher risk of developing melanoma. Let's answer common questions about dysplastic naevi.
Do you know your skin cancer risk? Learn about the factors that influence your risk of developing potentially deadly skin cancers so you can better protect your skin health.
Melanoma March is a timely reminder about the dangers of melanoma and the importance of regular skin checks. It is a month to promote awareness about our "national cancer" and raise funds for vital treatments that save lives.
Australia’s National Skin Check Day (ANSCD) falls on the last Thursday of summer every year and is upcoming on 23 February 2023! An initiative of Mates Against Melanoma, ANSCD encourages all Australians to book in their regular skin cancer check for post-summer damage control and peace of mind for another year. “ANSCD is a national action [...]
Let’s take a look at how to treat sunburn, how to prevent sunburn, how sunburn increases your skin cancer risk, and to do if you got sunburnt this summer.
A free short skin cancer course has been launched especially for non-clinical professionals who work with skin, providing the skills to recognise potential skin cancers on clients.
Radio ablation is the ideal approach for someone who wants to remove a benign growth anywhere on the body. Dr Helena Rosengren discusses radio ablation for mole and skin tag removal, how it works, and its benefits for you.
How can you get your skin summer ready? Here are our top tips for prepping your skin for the summer season.
Did you know melanoma diagnoses reach up to 82 per cent above the national average in parts of Queensland? With numbers like these, it is important to take skin cancer seriously and debunk some common myths about skin cancer and sunscreen so we can be better informed about our skin health and cancer risk.