31 March 2016

4 Dangerous skin cancer myths you need to stop believing

Myth 1: Your face needs the most protection When at the beach we often cover our face and shoulders with sunscreen, but what about our backs and legs? The most common site for melanomas to occur in men is the back (approx 40%) and the most common site for melanomas to occur in women is... Read More →

17 February 2016

3 Important Sunscreen Facts

Keep in mind the following points about sunscreen to help protect you and your family from the summer sun: To cover your entire body well you’d ideally use 35mls which is 7 teaspoons of sunscreen. If it’s put on too thinly the protection is lessened and it won’t work as well. A greater SPF does not mean that... Read More →

23 January 2016

Uncategorised

12 Symptoms you should never ignore

Here are 12 symptoms you should never ignore for possible skin cancers: Basal cell carcinomas and Squamous cell carcinomas appear as: 1. Shiny, pearly or waxy bumps. 2. Flat, firm, pale areas. 3. Flesh-coloured or brown scar-like lesions. 4. Firm, red nodules. 5. Flat, rough, scaly or crusted lesions. Melanoma may appear as: 6. A... Read More →

12 November 2015

Uncategorised

Not all clothing provides the same amount of sun protection

Not all clothing provides the same amount of sun protection Did you know that you can get sunburnt through clothing? Clothing can have varying degrees of protection depending on the fabric used, with some clothes leaving your skin exposed to harmful UV rays. How protective a fabric is can be determined using the UV Protection Factor (UPF) rating system, which measures the... Read More →

10 June 2015

Uncategorised

Windburn, does it exist?

Windburn – does it exist? When someone says they have windburn they believe the wind has caused their skin to burn, rather than the sun. If it’s windy and you get a red face, it’s likely to be sunburn – there’s no such thing as ‘windburn’. Remember that sunburn is caused by UV radiation, which... Read More →

25 March 2015

Uncategorised

Chronic vs Intermediate Sun Exposure

How do melanoma types relate to sun damage? Chronic sun exposure In New Zealand, melanoma often affects people who are sun damaged. This type of melanoma: Tends to affect older individuals. Is more common in men. Often occurs on the head and neck. May result in several melanomas. Usually occurs in people who have been... Read More →

1 November 2014

Skin Cancer

Common Misconceptions about Melanoma Symptoms

You can find plenty of information on the melanoma symptoms and use it to identify any suspicious moles. Even though there are plenty of resources on the condition and on its detection and diagnosis, there are still a lot of misconceptions regarding the symptoms. It certainly pays off to learn the truth behind them. Melanoma... Read More →

1 November 2014

Skin Cancer

Cancerous Moles: Diagnosis and Treatment

When cancerous moles are detected at the early stages of their development, they can be treated effectively. This is the reason why regular examinations of the skin are so important. Find out more about the melanoma growths, how they are diagnosed and how they are removed. Cancerous Moles Identification Tumours appearing on the skin are... Read More →

1 November 2014

How much sun is enough?

The amount of UV exposure needed to maintain vitamin D levels depends on the time of year, location, skin type, day-to-day activity and individual circumstances. Click on the below infographic from sunsmart.com.au to view as a pdf. Read More →

15 October 2014

A tip to help you identify melanoma

‘Ugly Duckling’ Moles May Be Melanomas Have you ever heard of the Ugly Duckling Sign?  It can help you to spot melanoma skin cancer. The method behind the Ugly Duckling Sign is that when you are checking your skin for melanoma, compare your moles with each other; most spots and dots on your body should... Read More →

15 October 2014

7 Point Sunscreen Guide

In preparation for the summer days ahead, it is worthwhile to note the following seven points about sunscreen that will help to protect you and your family from the summer sun: 7 teaspoons of sunscreen should be applied to cover your entire body. A greater SPF does not mean that less sunscreen needs to be... Read More →

30 July 2014

Skin Cancer

Does Vitiligo Put You at a Higher Risk of Melanoma Cancer?

Many people with skin conditions related to pigmentation worry that they may be more likely to get melanoma cancer. This is especially the case with people suffering from vitiligo. The question is whether it is linked to this type of skin cancer and whether it puts you at greater risk. Find out everything which you... Read More →

28 July 2014

Winter Sun Awareness

Winter Sun Awareness During the cooler months we often forget that we still need to protect ourselves from the sun – during the winter you are still at risk for damaging UV exposure. Four Winter Sun Facts Many people do not realise the harmful effects of the sun on exposed skin in winter months, yet UV... Read More →

28 July 2014

Bob Marley Died from Melanoma

Did you know that Bob Marley died from melanoma? No matter your skin tone, you can fall prey to skin cancer. Unfortunately, many people are under the impression that people with darker skin are immune to skin cancer. We have heard numerous times “I don’t need sunscreen or need to have my skin checked, I have... Read More →

28 July 2014

Five Myths About Skin and Sun Protection

Five Myths Your skin is your insulating shield and your largest organ, and needs daily protection — especially from skin cancer. Here are a few myths about your skin and sun protection. Myth No. 1: “T-shirts protect me and my kids from sunburn.” Thin, light-coloured, loose-weave fabrics don’t shield you well from the sun, and... Read More →

27 July 2014

Skin Cancer

Get to Know Skin Cancer Symptoms

Even though melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, the non-melanoma skin cancer symptoms should not be ignored. If basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma are not diagnosed and treated early on, they may be fatal as well. It should not be difficult for a person to recognise the symptoms of these serious... Read More →

10 July 2014

Skin Cancer

Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Symptoms to Watch Out For

Even though melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, the non-melanoma skin cancer symptoms should not be ignored. If basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma are not diagnosed and treated early on, they may be fatal as well. It should not be difficult for a person to recognise the symptoms of these serious... Read More →

18 June 2014

ACA and MoleMap – Tackling skin cancer

ACA and MoleMap – Tackling Skin Cancer We joined forces with the ACA to tackle the risk of melanoma.   More videos: MoleMap – Purpose, Values and Vision. Read More →

18 June 2014

MoleMap – Purpose, Values and Vision

MoleMap – Purpose, Values and Vision Internal employee video.    More videos: ACA and MoleMap – Tackling skin cancer. Read More →

24 May 2014

Skin Cancer

Evaluating Moles with the Use of Melanoma Pictures

One of the best ways to find out if a growth on your body may be the most dangerous skin cancer is to use melanoma pictures. These will give you the guidance which you require for evaluating any growth. It is much easier to make a comparison when you have an image in front of... Read More →

30 April 2014

Five melanoma images

Melanoma Images Melanoma may appear in different shapes and sizes, but the universal truth about melanoma is change. The following are all images of melanoma. For further melanoma pictures and how to identify melanoma click here. Read More →

30 April 2014

Monitoring change

Monitoring Change Over time our skin changes, it ages. Our moles and other blemishes also change. We often don’t notice many of these subtle changes, but they are happening. To detect melanoma early, when it is most curable, we must keep an eye on any subtle changes in our skin. Melanoma detection does not stop at... Read More →

30 April 2014

Free Spot Check

Free Spot Check If you are worried about a particular mole, then get it checked. Why? Because 3 out of every 5 melanoma skin cancers diagnosed are first noticed by the person it affects most. That is why we offer FREE spot check assessments within 12 months of your full-body MoleMap appointment. Not applicable to... Read More →

21 April 2014

Skin Cancer

Moles Cancerous – How do they Look?

It is a common misconception that since the signs of skin cancer are visible, they are recognised early. This is because the moles cancerous growths usually appear as normal benign moles. This is the reason why every person should be able to tell the difference between the two types at least in basic terms. Moles... Read More →

25 March 2014

Anna Russell: The importance of self-belief

The importance of self-belief Anna Russell is a professional triathlete and lives in Auckland with her husband. Anna works part-time at Fonterra and is also committed to living out her dream of being a professional athlete. As of 2013 she was ranked 25th in the world! Anna has come to the realization that self-belief, as... Read More →

25 March 2014

How do we compare?

How do we compare? When having your skin checked, it is always nice to know that you are in good hands. A good measure of accuracy is how many lesions are excised to find a melanoma. Ideally, the less moles that need to be unnecessarily cut out, the better! How we compare: Healthcare Professional Lesions... Read More →

25 March 2014

The MoleMap Story

We are often asked how the unique idea of MoleMap came about, so we thought we would share our story with you. It is a true success story and to this day there is nothing quite like MoleMap by Dermatologists. The idea started with a group of dermatologists with a shared passion for developing a world... Read More →

22 March 2014

Skin Cancer

Are You Protected from Cancerous Moles?

Even though melanoma is becoming ever more common, many people do not realise the risk which they are at and in some cases this can be fatal. The reality is that cancerous moles are often more elusive than we think. At the same time, the fact that a person is not at higher risk does... Read More →

28 February 2014

Skin Cancer

Who Requires a Mole Check?

One of the most effective ways for preventing skin cancer involves getting a mole check on a regular basis. That way, a dermatologist will examine all suspicious growths on your body and will determine if some have to be removed. As a result, the risk of a cancerous growth developing over time will be reduced... Read More →

28 February 2014

Skin Cancer

What You Should Know About Mole Mapping

There are various methods for the prevention and early diagnosis of skin cancer. One of the most advanced is mole mapping. This technique is becoming more widely used in New Zealand due to the rapid spread of the condition. It is a fact that this is the most common type of cancer in the country.... Read More →

24 February 2014

Did you know skin cancer can occur in areas of the body not exposed to the sun?

If sun exposure causes skin cancers, how is it that some skin cancers grow in body parts that never see the light of day? Between the toes, on the soles of the feet, even around the genitals … skin cancers can appear on body parts that rarely or never see the sun. What’s going on? It’s... Read More →

19 February 2014

Is that cancer claim fact or fiction? SPF50+ sunscreen gives more protection than SPF30+.

Have you ever heard a claim about cancer and wondered if it is actually true? Well now you can find out! The Cancer Council has decided to sort fact from fiction by creating the website iheard.com.au. On this website you can post a cancer claim you have heard and the Council will explain its creditability... Read More →

19 February 2014

Anna Ross: Realising your potential

Realising your potential Professional triathlete Anna Ross recently participated in the Purplepatch Pro; a grueling two-week triathlon training camp in Hawaii that pushes its participants to their mental and physical limits. Before she set off, Anna watched a Ted talk by John Wooden (Head Coach of the UCLA Basketball team) and he talked about three factors... Read More →

28 January 2014

Invisible Zinc is giving away 400 MoleMaps!

Invisible Zinc Spot Check Month Everyone should have at least one MoleMap in their lifetime. The idea is that by having a MoleMap you create an exact record of your skin and moles, so you can identify  if any new ones have appeared, or if any of your moles have changed. This way, any potential issues... Read More →

24 January 2014

How happy are you?

Happiness is one of the most important things in the world! Take a look at this infographic to learn some interesting happiness facts! Graphic by WebpageFX Read More →

24 January 2014

Three simple tips for success by Anna Ross

Living with passion: Three simple tips to help you get the motivation you need to succeed! Anna Ross is a professional triathlete and lives in Auckland with her fiancé. Anna works part-time at Fonterra and is also committed to living out her dream of being a professional athlete. As of 2013 she was ranked 25th in... Read More →

24 January 2014

Sunblock vs Sunscreen – What is the difference?

Sunblock vs Sunscreen Often sunblock and sunscreen are interpreted as the same thing, however they are actually quite different. This article will help you understand the difference between sunblock and sunscreen once and for all. Sunblock Is also called physical sunblock and occasionally physical sunscreen (just to confuse you even more) Contains zinc oxide or... Read More →

24 January 2014

Dumb ways to die!

This is sure to brighten up your work day! Read More →

2 December 2013

Holiday Opening Hours

Christmas Closures: The call centre will be closed from 25th December 2013 to 6th January 2014. However, some clinics will operating between these dates. Please call 1800 665 362 to book your appointment for December and January before this date. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! From the team at MoleMap Read More →

26 November 2013

Detecting Skin Cancer

The Dark Side of Tanning

Dark side of tanning –  30 sec TV commercial (Cancer Council, Australia). A Cancer Council endorsed advertisement that outlines the consequences of tanning! Read More →

26 November 2013

Ten things you should know about Moles

Ten things you should know about your moles: A mole is a collection of pigment cells known as melanocytes. Moles are extremely common. The medical name for a mole is naevus. Moles that are present at birth or soon after are called congenital moles. Most moles develop where skin has been exposed to sunlight; they... Read More →

26 November 2013

Christmas Gift Vouchers

Stuck for Christmas gift ideas? MoleMap has the answer! Bring peace of mind to your family and friends this Christmas with MoleMap gift vouchers. To order your Christmas gift vouchers click here. Simply fill out your details and mention Christmas Gift Vouchers in the subject line.  Alternatively you can go into your nearest clinic to... Read More →

29 October 2013

What makes a thorough skin check?

What makes a thorough skin check? When deciding where to have your skin checked, it can be hard to know what is important and what makes a thorough skin check. Keeping an eye on your own skin or having some form of skin check is definitely better than doing nothing. If you are after the... Read More →

29 October 2013

Community Events – Crows Nest Festival, NSW

We have been keeping busy and getting out and about in the community. Our most recent community event was the Crows Nest Festival on October 20th. What a wonderful Sunday – free mole checks, free sunscreen, skin protection and early detection education and general banter made for a great day! Thanks to all of those... Read More →

23 October 2013

Understanding the UV Index

Several times lately we have heard of people getting sunburnt during the cooler months, so that prompted us to check the UV index and shed some light on what it means. The UV index tells us the level of ultraviolet radiation that we are exposed to – the higher the number, the more intense the... Read More →

23 October 2013

SunSmart App

SunSmart has recently added a UV display to its free smartphone app making it even easier for Australians to take the necessary precautionary measures to keep safe this summer. The UV display is updated every half hour throughout the day and will only appear when the maximum UV level for the day is predicted to... Read More →

23 October 2013

Peace of mind

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26 August 2013

One simple tip to improve your happiness

The Science of Happiness – An Experiment in Gratitude. Be warned, this may make you cry! Read More →

26 August 2013

Insurance cover and MoleMap

We are often asked for further information on whether or not our services are covered by insurance providers and if so, who. So we looked to the MoleMap Community for feedback. Melanoma prevention and early detection greatly influences patient outcome and we believe it should be covered –  so we are working towards MoleMaps being... Read More →

26 August 2013

In the News: Deborah Hutton “My battle with skin cancer”

When TV presenter and businesswoman Deborah Hutton, 51, experienced a serious skin cancer scare two years ago, it provided a major wake-up call. The worst part wasn’t the surgery or the recovery – it was the fact that, like 99% of non-melanoma skin cancers and 95% of melanomas, hers could have been avoided – simply by being... Read More →

24 June 2013

Detecting Skin Cancer

Melanoma Mole Pictures: What we can see – much more than the naked eye!

Actually knowing what is going on below the surface of your moles is difficult to see with the naked eye alone. Moles may appear normal on the surface, however, if we take a closer look, things may not be as they seem. Our cameras have been designed for imaging both the external and the subsurface... Read More →

24 June 2013

Newsletter

Moving or moved? Access your records from any MoleMap clinic

Have you recently relocated, or are you moving shortly? Not to worry, your MoleMap records are still accessible from all of our MoleMap clinics. As your MoleMap records are stored in a secure central database, wherever you move to in Australia (or even if you relocate to New Zealand or the USA), your MoleMap records... Read More →

25 February 2013

Newsletter

Melanoma: The difference between men and women

Melanoma Symptoms: The difference between men and women Tastes, habits, and recreational pursuits – we all know men and women are different and that’s great, but when research shows that those differences mean men are more likely to develop a melanoma then it’s worth noting why. Raising awareness about the differences which increase men’s vulnerability... Read More →

25 February 2013

Newsletter

It’s your record…use it!

It’s your record… Use it! Having a comprehensive medical record of your skin helps MoleMap’s specialists to keep a closer eye on your skin and lesions. Here’s some insight into how a baseline record helps: Total Body Photography Roughly 50% of all melanomas first appear on unmarked skin not in pre-existing moles. This is why... Read More →

25 February 2013

Newsletter

Skin cancer in dogs

Did you know that our furry little friends are also affected by skin cancer? Like humans, dogs are also affected by skin cancer. The skin is the most common site of cancer in dogs and most frequently occurs in those that are between 6 to 14 years of age. Estimates show that for every 100,000... Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

Skin Cancer Signs

Skin cancer usually develops with too much exposure to the sun without adequate protection. It manifests itself in many ways, but most people are familiar with melanoma, which along with basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma is one of the three major types of skin cancer. The earlier you detect any potential problems with your skin,... Read More →

24 January 2013

Facts

Essential Facts About Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is a disease caused by the abnormal division of human skin cells, and can result in disfigurement or death if left untreated. It is the most common form of cancer in Australia and up to 40 percent of the world’s population will develop the disease in the course of a lifetime. While skin cancer can... Read More →

24 January 2013

Prevention

How You Can Reduce Your Risk For Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is among the most common kinds of malignancies in the world. However, there are effective ways to lower your risk for this disease. Simple efforts to avoid the harmful rays of the sun and avoiding the use of sun tanning products can help you lower your risk of developing abnormal and malignant growths on... Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

How To Protect Yourself From Skin Cancer

Skin cancer can be deadly. There are steps you can take to lower your risk, as well as steps to take if it does develop. Read More →

24 January 2013

Skin Cancer

The Three Types of Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is a common form of cancer. There are three different types. Basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas often grow slowly and they can affect almost any part of the body.  Most of the time they appear on the body parts that are normally exposed to the sun. Melanoma is the most severe type and... Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

Detecting and Treating Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is most likely caused by overexposure to sunlight. Research however, also suggests that genetics can play a role in a patient’s likelihood of contracting some form of this disease. There are three main types of this cancer, each with its own characteristic appearance and behavior. While some forms of this cancer are more aggressive... Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

Understanding Melanoma Skin Cancer

Of the many cancers there are, skin cancer is one of the most common. In fact, some studies even show that one in every three cancers that are diagnosed is a skin cancer. There are malignant and nonmalignant forms, with melanoma being the most dangerous. It is important to understand this form of cancer. Read More →

24 January 2013

Prevention

Understanding the Risks for Skin Cancer

One thing most people probably realise is that there is a very strong connection betweenskin cancer and exposure to the sun. If you spend too much time in it, and aren’t properly protected, you stand the risk of suffering some serious consequences. It should be noted however, that exposure to the sun doesn’t automatically lead to... Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

Early Detection of Skin Cancer is Crucial

Statistics show that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in New Zealand. The latest data reveals that it accounts for around 67,000 of all cases of cancer in the country. Even the most serious type of cancer of the skin, melanoma, is curable provided that it is detected early. In fact, when the tumour... Read More →

24 January 2013

Prevention

Skin Cancer: Protect Your Child from an Early Age

Researchers have found that changes in the skin cells that may lead to skin cancer may begin during the first year in the life of children. The most recent statistics show that six times more young adults are diagnosed with this condition now than 40 years ago. These are just some of the facts that should make... Read More →

24 January 2013

Facts

Understanding the Uses and Limitations of Sunscreen for Skin Cancer Prevention

The cause of skin cancer is unrepaired damage to the DNA of skin cells. This damage can be caused by various factors with the major one being ultraviolet radiation. Sunscreen is a topical product designed to either reflect the ultraviolet rays of the sun or to prevent them from penetrating into the skin and damaging the DNA... Read More →

24 January 2013

Newsletter

Coffee and Vitamin A for Lowering Skin Cancer Risk?

Being well-informed about the main methods for skin cancer prevention and using them effectively will certainly make you less likely to get this disease. However, the ongoing research on this dangerous condition has found other factors which may lower your risk as well. There is evidence that vitamin A and coffee may work to prevent this condition. Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

5 Essential Facts About Skin Cancer Moles

There are thousands of people who have skin cancer moles and do not realize this. It is a sad fact, but it can be too late before skin cancer is diagnosed. The more you know about the condition and its symptoms and signs, the better preventive measures you will be able to take. Learn as much as... Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

Knowing When a Mole is Skin Cancer

Doctors always recommend professional screenings for cancerous moles. It is certainly a good idea for you to perform DIY screenings as well. The important thing is to report a suspicious mole so that it can be diagnosed as soon as possible. If you happen to haveskin cancer, the timelier the treatment is the higher the... Read More →

24 January 2013

Detection

Practical Tips for DIY Skin Cancer Screenings

It is recommended that you check your body for suspicious moles every month. This is one of the skin cancer preventive measures which people of all ages should adopt. Use some helpful advice on how to make the screenings more efficient. Read More →

24 January 2013

Facts

Lifestyle and Skin Cancer

The truth is that some people lead a healthier lifestyle than others. When it comes to skin cancer, habits which were considered beneficial or at least not harmful some years ago are now regarded as extremely dangerous. It is perfectly possible for your lifestyle to affect your risk level. If this is the case, it is... Read More →

7 January 2013

Melanoma Diagnosis Telemedicine Now Available in SA

South Australia’s first telemedicine service for the diagnosis of melanoma skin cancer was today launched in Adelaide. The state’s first MoleMap clinic has opened at East Adelaide Healthcare in Marden. Read More →

21 December 2012

US expansion for Molemap

New Zealand company MoleMap – a global leader in melanoma diagnostic technology – is set to break into the lucrative US market. MoleMap is the world’s most advanced melanoma surveillance programme which combines state of the art technology with the skills of specialist dermatologists to diagnose and detect melanoma at the earliest possible stage. Read More →

18 December 2012

Melanoma Cases Continue to Rise

New Zealand’s rate of melanoma – skin tumours – continues to increase, with Northland, Bay of Plenty and Taranaki being the worst-affected. The figures, released by the Melanoma Scorecard developed by MoleMap, show melanoma rates had grown at 7.5 per cent every year over the past 10 years. Read More →

Posted: 25 February 2013

Category: Newsletter


Melanoma Symptoms: The difference between men and women

Tastes, habits, and recreational pursuits – we all know men and women are different and that’s great, but when research shows that those differences mean men are more likely to develop a melanoma then it’s worth noting why. Raising awareness about the differences which increase men’s vulnerability can help men to think about what they can do to manage the risk.

INCREASED UV EXPOSURE

Occupational and recreational pursuits – Men tend to spend more time outdoors than women, so they are at increased risk of sunburn and long term skin damage. The melanoma incidence is a third higher amongst rural men with outdoor occupations than those living and working in the city!

Protection – Although men are better at wearing a hat and sunglasses in the sun and less likely to sunbake than women, they are not so good at ensuring they stay in the shade and are less likely to regularly reapply sunscreen. This means that overall their sun exposure can be higher than that of their female counterparts when outdoors for long periods.

DELAY IN SEEKING ADVICE

Men are more likely to present with thicker melanoma and there are a couple of reasons why:

Melanoma location – In women, melanoma commonly occur on their legs and in men they commonly develop on the back, therefore can be more difficult to notice early.

Response to concern or risk – Women are more likely to take notice of a suspicious spot or a mole which has changed and seek medical advice, whereas men tend to leave things longer before getting professional advice. Often men will only seek a medical opinion when prompted by another person.

It is suggested that the delay in seeking help contributes to men generally presenting with thicker melanoma and it is the thickness of the melanoma that determines the success of treatment.

The importance of checking your skin, coming for annual follow-ups and visiting MoleMap or your doctor if you notice any changes cannot be stressed enough. If the melanoma message gets across, the outcome is far more positive; men who are aware of the signs to look for have been shown to present with thinner melanoma.

It is never too late to start monitoring for melanoma, using sun protection and to getting to know your own skin – all are important weapons in melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer prevention and detection.

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