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Why should you have a skin check?

Checking your skin regularly for skin cancer can save your life. Watch out for spots that are new or have changed in colour, size or shape, or non-healing sores. Show your doctor if you notice anything unusual!

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Australia. Only melanoma cases have to be reported to the Cancer Registry.
More than 76,734 skin cancers were treated in WA in 2011.
Higher rates of melanoma deaths among men are most likely due to late detection and poorer outcomes from more advanced disease.
It was hoped melanoma rates had peaked in the mid 1990s however recent years show an increase. Death rates from melanoma are remaining constant at relatively low levels due to early detection.

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Further reading

Read our top tips for being Skin smart when the sun's out
Don't forget to make use of The Australian Cancer Council Helpline if you have any questions, just call 13 11 20.

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