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This study projects future incidence rates and numbers of melanomas to 2031. The numbers of new melanoma cases will rise because of aging populations and high age-specific rates in the elderly.

Melanoma incidence, mortality and survival data for NSW

Three-quarters of melanoma patients had doctors who were aware of their risk factor status with respect to personal and family history of melanoma and the presence of many moles.

Autophagy-related single-nucleotide polymorphisms might be differentially associated with specific host and tumour characteristics including age at melanoma diagnosis, tumor infiltrating lymphocytes, and stage.

Specialized surveillance for melanoma through a High Risk Clinic was a cost-effective strategy for the management of individuals at high risk of melanoma.

Professor Kefford is the 2017 NSW Outstanding Cancer Researcher of the Year, a world-leading researcher and clinician in the causes and treatment of melanoma.

The skin is your body’s largest organ and protects the body from the outside world. Find out how it works to protect you from the sun's UV rays.

Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer - it can easily spread to other other parts of the body or organs. But there are simple steps and checks you can do to reduce your risk.

What are the hotspots for melanoma in NSW? These are the areas with the highest rates of melanoma in NSW.

New data reveals that approximately 4,900 people across NSW will be diagnosed with melanoma next year alone.