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[7 min watch] Skin Cancer Update with Prof Giuseppe Argenziano | January 2021

By Skin Cancer Institute |February 01, 2021 posted in Skin Cancer, Research, melanoma

In this month's skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano discusses the findings of a recent paper detailing a rapid increase in the diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma.
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[5 min read] Can vitamin B3 reduce non-melanoma skin cancer risk?

By Skin Cancer Institute |January 27, 2021 posted in Skin Cancer, Risks, nutrition

Skin cancer has been dubbed Australia's 'national cancer', accounting for four times as many diagnoses as all other cancers put together. Finding ways to prevent skin cancer is a hot topic, and was ...
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Understanding Medicare billing item numbers

By Skin Cancer Institute |January 04, 2021 posted in Skin Cancer, medicare changes, skin cancer check, billing

As Medicare continues to implement changes to their procedures and billing item numbers, it is important for general practitioners to understand how these changes might impact daily work. For ...
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[WEBINAR] LED phototherapy in skin cancer, general dermatology and aesthetic medicine

By Skin Cancer Institute |November 20, 2020 posted in Skin Cancer, LED, aesthetic treatments, General Dermatology

Do you use LED phototherapy in your practice, or do you wish to utilise its full potential in treating a range of skin concerns? In this webinar, Skin Cancer and Aesthetic Medicine Doctor Di King ...
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[8 min read] Burden of skin cancer in Australia | Prof David Wilkinson

By Skin Cancer Institute |November 19, 2020 posted in Skin Cancer, melanoma

For a really useful, powerful and insightful overview of the situation with skin cancer in Australia, I recommend a new article published in the MJA to “celebrate” National Skin Cancer Action Week.
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