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When did you last have your skin checked?

Thursday February 24th 2022 is Australia’s national skin check day and day of action to prevent our national cancer (Melanoma). Skin cancer is still Australia’s most common cancer. It is also the most costly and one of the most preventable

Regular skin checks are an important part of your preventative screenings. The earlier skin changes and skin cancers are picked up and are treated early decreasing your risk of surgery.

Did you know?

Two in three Australians will be diagnosed with Skin Cancer by the time they are 70.


Melanoma is the third most common cancer in Australia in both women and men.

Call now to book an appointment for a skin check and make this an annual calendar date to see your GP

You can also visit the Cancer Council website to get to know your skin