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Skin cancer & skin care clinic, 58 Stuart St, Mullumbimby.

Our trained doctors have extra skills in identifying, diagnosing and removing skin cancers and melanomas. Early detection is the key to lasting cure.

For at risk people a full body skin check is recommended with every change of season.

You are at risk if:

·      You have ever been sunburned in the past

·      You work outdoors or have done so in the past

·      You have had a skin cancer before

·      You regularly pursue an outdoor sport

Every year around 430,000 Australians are treated for non-melanoma skin cancers.

To book your skin check phone 6684 4400

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