This is the follow up to my previous article about discovering I had a cancerous mole and its prompt removal. PLEASE take care this summer and slip, slop, slap!
“About 250 New Zealanders will die from melanoma each year and about one in fifteen white skinned New Zealanders are expected to develop melanoma in their lifetime. Melanoma is the least common but the most serious form of skin cancer. New Zealand has one of the highest melanoma death rates in the world.
“If melanoma is diagnosed and treated early the treatment is usually successful.”