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Skin Cancer Congress 2017

Our dedicated doctors attended the Skin Cancer Congress on the Gold Coast last May to keep up to date with the latest techniques for detecting melanoma and treating skin cancer.

Our doctor, Dr Sally Shaw, was interviewed by Ten News explaining the importance of all GP’s to be trained in Skin Cancer Medicine, especially in dermatoscopy which enables the doctor to detect skin cancer, especially melanoma, at it’s earliest stage.

Click here to watch Sally’s interview.

All our doctors have qualifications in Dermatoscopy and Skin Cancer Medicine from the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. They detect on average one or two melanomas per day which are predominantly in-situ. These melanomas have a survival rate of nearly 100%.

The best way to detect all types of skin cancers is to have regular skin checks or molemapping. Book today for your skin examination!

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