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If you think tanning gives you a healthy glow, think again. Tanning is skin cells in trauma, trying to protect themselves from cancer. Here's a reminder of some hard-hitting facts.

A melanoma can develop anywhere on the body. Read on for advice on how to identify them early to have the best chance at survival from skin cancer.

The NSW Skin Cancer Prevention Strategy builds on the achievements of the 2012–15 strategy and outlines a coordinated response to the primary prevention of skin cancer at a statewide level.

There are simple ways to reduce your risk of skin cancer. Find our how to protect your skin from damaging ultraviolet radiation and check regularly for moles.

What the skin does, what skin cancer and melanoma are, and what the role of ultraviolet radiation is.

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world - find out what you can do to reduce your risk and detect skin cancers - like melanoma - early.

As people in Australia head outside this summer it’s a timely reminder everyone needs to stay safe, on and off the field.

Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) is generated from the sun and enters our atmosphere—depending on the type of concentration it can have different affects on our skin.

Skin cancer cases in Australia are increasing. How well are you really protecting your skin? Read on for five easy ways we can protect ourselves from skin cancer.

Skin cancer is a benign or malignant cancer in the skin caused by overexposure to ultraviolet radiation.