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Actinic Keratoses (AKS)

These are common lesions of the skin considered to be the earliest stage in skin cancer development. Further changes in cell growth can turn AKS into a type of skin cancer know as Squamous Cell Carcinoma.

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

BCC is most commonly caused by long-term sun exposure. Those that have already had one BCC have a 40% risk of getting a second BCC within 5 years, and are at increased risk of melanoma.

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Malignant Melanoma

Skin Cancer can be divided into two major categories. These are melanoma and non-melanoma.

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)

SCC is a tumour that arises on the skin and is the second most common form of skin cancer. SCC is most commonly caused by long-term sun exposure and is prevalent in those with light skin who sunburn easily.

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Skin Cancer Prevention

These are common lesions of the skin considered to be the earliest stage in skin cancer development. Further changes in cell growth can turn AKS into a type of skin cancer know as Squamous Cell Carcinoma.

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Mole Mapping

These are common lesions of the skin considered to be the earliest stage in skin cancer development. Further changes in cell growth can turn AKS into a type of skin cancer know as Squamous Cell Carcinoma.

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Albinism

What is Albinism?

People with albinism have little or no melanin pigment in their skin, eyes and hair. Melanin is important as it creates colour in these areas and protects them against the damaging sunrays. It manifests with very fair skin, light-coloured or white hair and eyes that are extremely sensitive to the sun.

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