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Topic: skin cancer

As the sun starts to come out, it’s important to get into good habits when it comes to skin care. We spoke to Dr Catherine Borysiewicz, Consultant Dermatologist at King Edward VII’s Hospital, for top tips on staying safe in the sun. read more about Top tips from Dermatologists for Summer Skin
A range of treatments exist for skin cancer, both surgical and non-surgical. How skin cancer is treated depends on the type of skin cancer and the stage of the disease (how far advanced the cancer is). read more about Treating Skin Cancer Without Surgery
There are many different types of skin cancer, and overall, skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer across the world. Skin cancers fall into one of two groups – non-melanoma skin cancer and melanoma skin cancer. read more about Skin cancer types and symptoms to look out for