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What do you need to look for?  There are three common  types of skin cancer: Melanoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Each has their own set of specific signs, but for self-examination, there are general warning signs to look out for:  A sk...
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South Island residents can now access excellence in dermatological services - the same standard of care provided by the Skin Centre in the North Island for over 20 years.

Skin Centre is starting 2018 with a boom. The team is very excited to announce the opening of their new Nelson branch, providing specialised dermatological services to the South Island for the first time. The Nelson clinic joins a growing number of Skin Centre’s auxiliary...
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When you speak to someone for barely half an hour, and you manage to cover everything from a nursing stint in Capetown to a secret desire to explore underwater caves in Mexico, you know you’re in good hands. Suffice to say, Clare Rodwell is ridiculously pleasant to talk to...
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With her big wide smile and calm demeanour, it probably won't surprise you that Dr Nicola Abbott, FACD, MBChB, BSc, was attracted to medicine for as long as she can remember. A true Bay Of Plenty indigene, she was born and bred in Tauranga, living there until she left colleg...
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Dr Susan Simpkin, Dermatologist, joined the Skin Centre team earlier this year. A graduate of Auckland University's Medical School, with specialisation in Dermatology at Waikato and Auckland Hospital, she complements the reputable dermatological clinic perfectly. The f...
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New Zealand and Australia undoubtedly have the highest ratesfor both melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer in light skinned populations in the world. So what can we do about this? We don't want to move. We love where we live and who would not envy us for living in the Bay of...
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