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Be aware - Cancer Council's new skin cancer identification poster

We know all about the benefits of shade, sunnies and sunscreen, but when it comes to identifying potential skin cancers, do you really know what to look out for?

Two in three Australians will develop skin cancer by the age of 75. A simple check every now and then can help you spot any potential skin cancers before they spread. It may even save your life!

Spotting the tell-tale signs is key. Cancer Council Australia has created a new poster you can download and print, to help you identify skin changes that need to be checked by a GP.

Including a guide to self-checks, identifying the three main types of skin cancer and signs of eye damage, the poster is designed to educate all Australians about the harsh effects of the sun. We also give you tips on staying SunSmart ? because prevention is always better than cure.

It's easy ? download and print out the poster, stick it up at work, at home, your local sporting club ... Or if you are a GP, why not put it in your waiting room to help your patients get to know the warning signs of skin cancer.

Download the poster here

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This page was last updated on: Tuesday, May 28, 2019

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