Do Aussies take melanoma seriously?

melanoma: woman puts sun cream on boy's back in full sun
Many people understand that melanoma is a frequently diagnosed cancer in Australia – but most underestimate how serious the disease is. “There’s a general misconception about the severity of melanoma – people think it’s just a skin cancer and it can be cut out and they’ll be fine,” says Janine Owen Koorey from the Melanoma

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