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When it comes to skin cancer, early detection is best. Even if you consider yourself sun-safe, you should still come in for a regular skin check. You should also let your skin cancer clinic or GP know if you notice a change in appearance (or a new) mole, freckle, sun spot, or any skin discolouration or out of the ordinary soreness or itch.

If you’ve noticed a change in a mole or spot, don’t risk your health. Be sure to book an appointment with your GP – to view a list of our doctors CLICK HERE

Skin cancer clinics can save your life

Unfortunately, Melanoma is one of the most common types of cancer affecting young people in Australia.

Australia has one of the highest incident rates in the world or skin cancer, so in a sunny region like the Gold Coast, having regular checks at a skin cancer clinic is especially important.

Our General Practitioners in Southport are trained and equipped to perform early detection skin cancer clinic checks, and where necessary attend to minor procedures.

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