Melanoma is the most common cancer in young Aussies (15–39-year-olds). Don’t let your loved ones become one of these statistics. Although it won’t bring Morgan back, Check4Spots Day on 30 January (which will also be Morgan’s birthday) is your reminder to do just that. Book a skin check at your local clinic and say no to the melaNOmonster. Ditto for your loved ones.
At the very least, please take the time on this day to grab a partner and look for any suspicious spots.
Check4Spots Day (every 30th January, and a happy heavenly birthday Morgy x) is your reminder to grab a partner to look for any new suspicious or changes to existing spots/moles in those hard to see areas (scalp, back, soles of feet, buttocks, etc), and if you see anything of concern (change in size, shape or […]
If there was one good thing to come out of lockdown, it gave us plenty of time to think up a perfect solution for that next time when you are searching for that special present for someone, whilst simultaneously supporting melanoma research and increasing awareness of the critical need to get regular skin checks http://www.check4Spotsday.org […]
Although it won’t bring Morgan back, the message is quite simple: 30 January (Morgan’s birthday) is Check4Spots Day and your annual reminder to be checking your skin regularly. By identifying melanoma in its early stages, the good news is that 90% of people can be treated successfully. It is important to reflect on the facts […]