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[WEBINAR] Benefits and review of Picato for solar keratosis


In this webinar, Dr Tony Dicker reviews Picato® and its benefits for the treatment of solar keratosis. Dr Dicker discusses the use of lesion-directed therapies in a clinical setting, including the efficacy and skin reactions of Picato®.

[3 min watch] Skin Cancer Update with Prof Giuseppe Argenziano [August 2019]

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In this month’s skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano discusses how a new therapeutic agent, cemiplimab, might be used in combination with radiotherapy to treat advanced squamous cell carcinoma.

[4 min read] Breast cancer drug may treat mucosal melanoma

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A drug typically used to treat breast cancer may also be effective in treating mucosal melanoma. Mucosal melanoma is not linked to UV exposure and is extremely difficult to treat. It occurs on moist tissues inside the body, including the eyes, inside the mouth and nose, gastrointestinal areas and the genital tract.

[4 min read] Behavioural counselling to prevent skin cancer

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Australia is the skin cancer capital of the world, with two in three Australians diagnosed with the disease by the age of 70. A recent report looked at recommendations on behavioural counselling for the primary prevention of skin cancer.

[8 min read] Decline in GP income calls for skills upgrade


There has been a decline in the average hourly income for general practitioners as other specialists see a healthy rise in theirs, highlighting the need for GPs to diversify their skills and seek a field of subspecialisation.

[2 min read] Accuracy of computer-aided melanoma diagnosis | Prof David Wilkinson

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This month, I was fascinated to read a meta-analysis of the accuracy of computer-aided melanoma diagnosis, by Vincent Dick et al.

[2 min watch] Skin Cancer Update with Prof Giuseppe Argenziano [July 2019]

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In this month’s skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano talks about an interesting patient case that demonstrates the importance of performing an examination of the entire skin surface – even if the patient is only concerned about one particular lesion – and highlights how dermoscopy can both enhance and change our understandings of lesions in […]

[4 min read] Compounds found that starve melanoma cells of energy


Researchers have identified compounds that starve melanoma cells of energy. Scientists at Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University have found a possible way of beating the drug resistance of melanoma, one of the deadliest forms of skin cancer.

[4 min read] The Bob Marley melanoma story

Bob Marley

This is the Bob Marley story. Passionate about skin cancer prevention, detection and treatment, HealthCert shares this story every time we teach about melanoma. Bob Marley was a Jamaican singer, songwriter and musician, and considered one of the pioneers of reggae. He died in 1981 aged 36 from a melanoma that started under his big toenail […]

[5 min read] First-line treatment decisions for BRAF-mutated melanoma

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How do you determine first-line treatment for your patients with melanoma? Treatment decisions for advanced melanoma are increasingly complex and guidelines provide limited advice on how to choose between immunotherapy and targeted therapy for first-line treatment. A Delphi study was carried out to understand which patient characteristics and disease-related factors inform clinicians’ choices of first-line […]


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