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Skin Institute
August 15, 2017
If your doctor informs you that you have a skin lesion that is cancerous and needs to be surgically removed, you’ll have many questions and a lot of information to absorb.  First, you’ll want to…
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Skin Institute
March 1, 2017
Skin cancer, including melanoma, is New Zealand’s most common cancer with almost 70,000 New Zealanders diagnosed every year. It’s estimated that skin cancers account for 80% of all new cancers each year. * “Having a…
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Skin Institute
October 17, 2016
Did you know that almost 70,000 Kiwis are diagnosed with skin cancer every year?  It’s now New Zealand’s most common cancer, and we can all help avoid it by using the right sunscreen every day.…
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Skin Institute
February 29, 2016
Dr Martin Denby, the latest skin cancer doctor to join the Skin Institute team in Auckland, considers himself a perfectionist when it comes to skin cancer diagnosis and surgical skills. “There is an art to…
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Skin Institute
January 20, 2016
Skincare takes some interesting turns this year, with top trends set to include mindfulness, beauty regimes out of Asia and the idea of embracing serums. Read more about what’s on offer for your skin in…
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Skin Institute
January 15, 2016
Little brown spots that speckle skin might be common, but distinguishing between freckle and moles can be difficult for the untrained eye. New research from the British Journal of Dermatology  found people with more than 10 moles on their…
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Skin Institute
December 13, 2015
Quite simply, the answer’s no. New Zealand’s high skin cancer rates are the worst in the world with 45,000 skin cancers confirmed by lab tests each year and on top of that more than 2200…
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Skin Institute
November 15, 2015
With one of the highest incidences in the world, Kiwis have a one in 15 chance of developing melanoma in their lifetime, which is the most aggressive form of skin cancer. Early detection is very…
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Skin Institute
October 10, 2015
What is the effect on UVA on skin? Most people in New Zealand know that exposure to Ultra Violet Light [UV] from the sun is damaging to the skin. Although most don’t know there are…
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