Make skin checks part of your annual routine

Skin cancer is five times more common than all other cancers put together. But with early detection and treatment, a diagnosis is not a death sentence.

One in 24 Australian women will be diagnosed with melanoma before the age of 86.


Dr Vanessa Huang from Shepparton Skin Clinic is a GP with a special interest in dermatology and skin cancer, and she said women must make a skin check part of their annual health routine. “It’s the same as women doing mammograms, pap smears and bowel...

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