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We know that sunscreen is a must even in the winter months, but how much do you need? We spoke to our Skin Cancer Doctor for the latest information.
According to beauty editors and male grooming experts, the Cancer Council's message that tanning isn't healthy is finally catching on.
Weather is no excuse to postpone a skin cancer check. Early intervention saves lives, and your skin cancer check can be a positive learning opportunity.
Less than one-in-three Australian men (32%) consider themselves at high risk of skin cancer, despite 82% reporting at least one risk factor.
Contrary to popular belief, you still need UV protection in certain winter conditions. Sun damage is cumulative, so even a little bit can build up.
Using the latest tools & technology for the detection & treatment of skin cancer Dr Sayed is equipped to provide the best skin cancer checks in Sydney
In developed skin cancers, some of the surrounding tissue may also be removed to make sure that all of the cancerous cells have been taken out.
The doctor begins their examination with an assessment of your risk profile. You may be requested to do partial or complete examination.
A quick five-point self-assessment tool can be used to identify high risk patients who should undergo regular skin checks.
There are many types of moles however there is a particular type of mole you should pay particular attention to. Dysplastic moles (atypical moles).
Discover the five signs of skin cancer you could be missing that can help you track and prevent the condition.
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