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.
Join us this Melanoma March in taking steps to beat melanoma to help raise much-needed funds for vital melanoma research!
Melanoma is known as Australia’s national cancer, which makes Melanoma March a campaign of national importance. Now in its 11th year, Melanoma March is saving lives by raising awareness and funds for vital research. Why is this campaign so important? Here’s a few sobering stats: 16,000 Australians will be diagnosed with melanoma this year (with the [...]
2021 has been another year of ups and downs. Fortunately here in North Queensland, we’ve been able to (mostly) live without lockdowns, which has allowed us to actively participate in important campaigns. With Australia still leading the world with skin cancer rates, spreading the sun safety message is as important as ever! We’ve whittled down [...]
Melanoma March is over, and what a month it was! Here at Skin Repair, along with so many Townsville locals, we were happy to really get involved with the Melanoma March campaign. Across Australia, the campaign boosts public awareness of melanoma, and raises funds for essential melanoma research. Here’s a recap of what happened [...]
Melanoma March is Melanoma Institute of Australia’s month-long awareness and fundraising campaign. Usually, Melanoma March sees events happening all over Australia. This year Melanoma March is a digital campaign, with a national goal of raising $500,000 to fund melanoma research. You can get involved by purchasing a $30 digital footprint at https://www.melanomamarch.org.au/. You can then customise [...]
March is the national month for melanoma awareness. One person is diagnosed with melanoma every 30 minutes in Australia. Living in North Queensland, we have some of the highest rates of melanoma occurrence in the world. It is incredibly important to spread awareness about this deadly disease. Male, female, fair- or dark-skinned, melanoma does not [...]