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February 2017

Hugh Jackman uploads another skin cancer post!

Aussie actor Hugh Jackman has uploaded another post to social media showing the evidence of another skin cancer treated on his nose. “Another basal cell carcinoma. Thanks to frequent body checks and amazing doctors, all is well. Looks worse with the dressing on than off. I swear! #wearsunscreen” The Wolverine star has now had 6 BCC’s treated over the last few years and has been actively promoting skin cancer awareness …Read More

Dr Sally joins The Longest Melanoma March 2017

Peninsula Skin Cancer Centre’s Dr Sally Shaw will be joining Jay Allen in Brisbane on the 5th of March 2017 to start the biggest melanoma fundraising event to date: The Longest Melanoma March, 1200kms from Brisbane to Sydney. Jay Allen, stage 3 melanoma survivor and advocate at Melanoma Institute Australia, had a previous fundraising event in 2015, walking 900kms from Sydney to Melbourne with his mate Andrew Rust. PSCC was …Read More

Melanomas detected in 2016

Statistics have been collated for our number of melanomas detected in 2016 for our clinics in Frankston & Mornington and the results are consistently high again this year = 323 melanomas. In 2015 we had detected 365 melanomas,  a huge increase from the 234 melanomas found in 2014 and 218 melanomas in 2013. It is interesting to note that the rate of in-situ melanomas has remained consistent at 83%. This means …Read More

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