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Some facts and figures about skin cancer....

Some facts and figures about skin cancer....

The ugly truth about skin cancer in Australia:

Here are some reminders...

  • Every year in Australia, skin cancers account for around 80% of all newly diagnosed cancers.
  • Between 95 and 99% of skin cancers are caused by exposure to the sun and General Practitioners have over 1 million patient consultations per year for skin cancer in Australia.
  • Sun exposure has been identified as the cause of 95% to 99% of skin cancers in Australia (source: Cancer Council Australia).
  • These statistics are dramatic, but the good news is that skin cancer is also identified as the most preventable form of cancer in Australia (source: Sunsmart Australia).

Skin cancer is also the most preventable form of cancer:

Make sure to take the appropriate measure to protect your skin and wear SOLBARI.

 

Your SOLBARI Team|
This blog post is for information purposes only.



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