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Webinar: How to spot skin cancer

CATEGORY: skin cancer, Treatment, Detection, Risks

You could help save someone's life by learning to identify suspicious spots that could be skin cancer. Australia is the skin cancer capital of the world, with one person dying every five hours from me...

Patches of my skin are darkening. Is it skin cancer?

CATEGORY: Treatment, Risks

Are you noticing patches of darkening skin on your face and neck? It might be hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation is the appearance of uneven discolouration or dark blotches on the skin. So, what cau...

How to prepare for skin cancer surgery

CATEGORY: Treatment

If you have been diagnosed with skin cancer, your doctor may decide that surgery is the best course of treatment for your tumour. In conjunction with your doctor’s expert advice, here is what you need...

Answered: Your top 5 questions about skin cancer

CATEGORY: Treatment, Detection

1. Do skin cancers appear suddenly? Skin cancer can grow quickly over a matter of weeks, but can also be slow-growing over many months or even years. Even the smallest of skin cancers can be potential...

Skin cancer: What you need to know

CATEGORY: Treatment, Detection, Risks

Australia is the skin cancer capital of the world, accounting for over a quarter of cases globally. In fact, two in three Aussies will be diagnosed with the potentially deadly disease by the time we r...

"Skin cancer isn't a real cancer." Why skin cancer should be taken very seriously.

CATEGORY: Treatment, Detection

There is an alarming misconception among some Australians that skin cancer "isn't that bad" or that it is not a "real" cancer because it originates in the skin rather than the internal organs. This is...

4 benefits of anti-wrinkle injections you might not know

CATEGORY: Treatment

You may be surprised to learn that anti-wrinkle injectables aka neurotoxins such as Botulinum toxin, Xeomin or Dysport have many more uses besides simply relaxing wrinkles. While the injectables have ...

Can your skin condition affect skin cancer detection and treatment?

CATEGORY: Treatment, Detection

Two in three Australians are diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70, while many more battle skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and melasma. Although irritating, these conditions a...

6 reasons to try Healite II phototherapy

CATEGORY: Treatment

Phototherapy is a multifunctional rejuvenation treatment used for a variety of skin concerns, offering you fresher and younger looking skin in a few short sessions. The latest innovation in photothera...

Everything you need to know about cryotherapy for skin cancer

CATEGORY: Treatment

If you have been diagnosed with skin cancer, there are various surgical and non-surgical treatments available. Your doctor will consider the most appropriate therapy for your circumstances, and may re...