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What do suspicious lesions look like?

Posted by National Skin Cancer Centres on Apr 6, 2018 10:00:00 AM

If you look at your own skin and see something that stands out, you should be suspicious of melanoma. Causing nearly 2,000 deaths every year in Australia, melanomas are usually the "ugly duckling" on your skin - the one lesion that looks different from the rest.

Skin Cancer Doctor Hamilton Ayres explains what suspicious lesions look like and the clues you can use to identify them.

 

 

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Topics: Detection