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[5 min read] Skin cancer diagnosis: Artificial intelligence and full-body photography

artificial intelligence

Digitisation has become an indispensable part of medicine, and systems like total body photography and artificial intelligence can now support doctors in some medical fields with the same precision as an expert. For example, new systems are becoming available that aid physicians in the rapid detection of new, altered and malignant moles.

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

skin cancer update

In this month’s skin cancer update, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano looks at an interesting case of trichoblastoma – a rare, cutaneous condition characterised by benign neoplasms of follicular germinative cells – with a real patient example.

[4 min read] Family history of melanoma increases risk of melanoma, SCC and BCC

family history

How does a family history of melanoma affect your patients’ risk of developing melanoma and keratinocyte cancers such as squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma?

[5 min read] Australia heading for shortfall in skin specialists

skin cancer

Skin cancer experts warn that Australia is heading for a shortfall in dermatologists – a dangerous situation for the country with the world’s highest rate of melanoma. With over 800,000 skin cancers diagnosed in Australia each year, it is vital that we have enough doctors with knowledge in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment to meet […]

[9 min read] Genetic testing motivates behaviour changes in at-risk melanoma patients

genetic testing

Would genetic testing motivate behaviour changes in patients at high risk of melanoma? Melanoma is one of the most severe types of skin cancer, with around 14,000 new cases and 2,000 deaths in Australia each year.

[WEBINAR] Benefits and review of Picato for solar keratosis

Picato

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]

skin cancer update

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

mucosal melanoma

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

behavioural counselling

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

income

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.

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