To speak to a specialist cancer nurse,
freefone the National Cancer Helpline
1800 200 700
Mon—Thurs 9am—7pm Fri 9am—5pm
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with skin cancer, we can provide the information you need, whether you're making a decision about treatment, looking for support or need to understand the basics.
Skin cancer is different from melanoma. If you're not sure what the difference is or how it affects you, you can call our helpline.
Skin cancer affects your skin, which is the largest organ of your body. If you're worried about skin cancer, it's best to first understand the facts.
Knowing the symptoms of skin cancer is important. We'll help you understand what's happening to your body and explain how skin cancer is diagnosed.
The main treatments for skin cancer are surgery, laser therapy, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, biological therapy, topical treatments & photodynamic therapy. Find out what they are and how they work.
The exact cause of skin cancer is unknown, but there are risk factors that can increase your chance of developing the disease.
Learn about changes you can make to your lifestyle to reduce your risk of skin cancer.
Download our booklets and factsheets, including information about cancer types, treatments, side-effects, emotional effects, financial information and more.
Freephone 1800 200 700 to talk to a specialist cancer nurse
It's open Monday-Thursday from 9am to 7pm and Friday from 9am to 5pm
National Cancer Helpline
Freefone 1 800 200 700
Talk to a specialist nurse
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