Did you know that every 4 minutes another Australian is diagnosed with skin cancer and 2 in 3 Australians are diagnosed with cancer by the age of 70? Overall, 80% of all recorded cancer cases in the country are varying forms of skin cancer.

The federal government estimates that this year 17,756 new cases of skin cancer will be diagnosed in Australia, and 1,281 Australians will die from the disease.

Over 750,000 Australians are treated for skin cancer each year – that’s over 2,000 people every day.

The most commonly diagnosed cancer among adolescents and young adults is melanoma; it accounts for more than one-quarter of all cancers among Australians aged 15–29 years.

With the weather heating up, now is the best time to educate yourself on protecting your skin from sun damage and avoiding the risk of getting skin cancer. If you have had sun-exposure, spend long periods of time working in the sun, have a family or personal history of skin cancer, or have multiple moles, you have a higher chance of skin cancer. 

The sooner skin cancer is found, the easier it is to treat. Prevention is key. Having your skin checked regularly by an accredited medical practitioner can be a life-saving experience.

At Moletrack Skin Cancer Clinic, we are committed to promoting increased awareness of skin health and to dealing with specific concerns about individual skin lesions. We will help you get to know your skin and identify anything suspicious. We will also work with you on a personalised skin health plan and/or appropriate treatment based on your lifestyle, symptoms and family history.

To book a full body skin check with our qualified team and gain peace of mind today, please phone (03) 9730 2536 or complete our enquiry form.

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