Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer Treatment

What is Skin Cancer?

Skin cancer is a form of Carcinoma, which is a type of cancer that forms in the skin or in the tissues that provide cover to the internal organs. There are several skin cancer types that can affect people and the most common skin cancer is the Basal cell carcinoma that accounts for most cases of the disease.


Cancer basically results from the dysfunction of the cells that make up the human organs including skin. Like all other variants of the disease, early detection allows skin cancer treatment to begin early.


When cancer develops in the skin it suffers from abnormal and uncontrolled growth of the cells. Exposure to the ultra-violet (UV) rays of the sun poses great danger of skin cancer. In a sun-rich country like Australia, risk of the fast-spreading melanoma cancer is real due to intense exposure to the UV rays of the sun.


Skin Cancer – Diagnosis and Treatment

Skin Cancer Types and Symptoms

Skin Cancer Type

Skin cancer has three main types – Basal cells, squamous cells and melanoma. Of these three, Basal cells affects most victims while melanoma is the most dangerous . Read More

Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection

Skin Cancer Detection

The most likely skin cancer spots in the human body are those areas that are exposed to the rays of the sun, especially the UV rays. Read More

Skin Cancer Removal Procedure

Surgical Procedures

Depending on the extent and maturity of cancer in the patient, his/her doctor will adopt a specific Skin cancer removal procedure. Read More

Melanoma Skin Cancer Detection

Mole Check

Most of the moles that people have are not cancerous growths but one cannot ignore the fact that many of the moles are and they also happen to be the early symptoms of skin cancer. Read More

Skin Clinic Check

Skin Check

In most cases, skin cancer spots are caused by overexposure to the ultra violet (UV) rays of the sun although it can be caused by other factors as well. Read More

Skin Cancer Risk Factors

Risk Factors of Skin Cancer

 The primary and most prevalent risk of skin cancer are the UV rays of the sun that damages the DNA in skin cells. There are, of course, other causes of skin cancer as well. Read More

Full Body Skin Cancer Check

Total Body Imaging

Short DMoles on the body are one of the likely signs of skin cancer that need to be examined if any of these start showing unusual changes. Read More