skin cancer

Spit could unlock skin cancer questions

Spit could unlock skin cancer questions

"We will...get vital information about how skin cancers develop"

Cricket star’s skin cancer warning

Cricket star’s skin cancer warning

Former Australian cricket captain details scary brush with cancer

Terrifying find in woman’s ‘spot’

Terrifying find in woman’s ‘spot’

Woman notices tiny spot on left arm isn’t just a freckle

Shock find in woman’s tiny ‘pimple’

Shock find in woman’s tiny ‘pimple’

When tiny pimple turned into a scab, she knew something was wrong

Ian Chappell: ‘I’ve had intense cancer treatment’

premium_icon Ian Chappell: ‘I’ve had intense cancer treatment’

Test cricket legend Ian Chappell reveals skin cancer battle.

Prevention better than treatment for skin cancer

premium_icon Prevention better than treatment for skin cancer

Dr Nick Cooper encourages Valley residents to get skin checked

It's not always good to be left in stitches

premium_icon It's not always good to be left in stitches

Skin cancer is a risk to everyone who spends any time out in the sun

Why we’re the skin cancer capital again

premium_icon Why we’re the skin cancer capital again

“A lot of the effects of sunlight are cumulative."

Shock new rules over sun exposure

premium_icon Shock new rules over sun exposure

Even small doses of sun can cause DNA damage leading to skin cancer

Breakthrough stops melanoma in its tracks

premium_icon Breakthrough stops melanoma in its tracks

“Blood vessels are vital because tumours can’t grow without them"

‘My pimple could’ve killed me’

‘My pimple could’ve killed me’

“A year earlier, I wouldn’t have known what you’re meant to look for"

Young Aussie DJ's skin cancer death rocks community

Young Aussie DJ's skin cancer death rocks community

Cory Geisler is being remembered as a kind-hearted free spirit

‘Having chunks cut out was wake-up call I needed’

‘Having chunks cut out was wake-up call I needed’

Alysha turned her cancer diagnosis into a positive action

Light used to kill cancer in Aussie breakthrough

premium_icon Light used to kill cancer in Aussie breakthrough

LIGHT is the latest weapon in the war on cancer.

We've been using sunscreen wrong, according to new research

We've been using sunscreen wrong, according to new research

It'time to reassess how we protect ourselves from the sun

'I found out I had a deadly melanoma at 38 weeks pregnant'

'I found out I had a deadly melanoma at 38 weeks pregnant'

At 38 weeks pregnant Clair received some devastating news

Deadly disease stalking Baby Boomers

Deadly disease stalking Baby Boomers

How your age reveals your risk from this potential killer

Deadly disease stalking our Baby Boomers

Deadly disease stalking our Baby Boomers

How your age reveals your risk from this potential killer

Mum disgusted over reaction to daughter's picture

Mum disgusted over reaction to daughter's picture

Instagram removed the mum's photo

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