Have you heard of the latest SKIN SCAN?

Updated: Mar 30, 2020

SCAN your skin and look for a mole or spot that is:


A spot which is sore (scaly, itchy, bleeding tender) and doesn’t heal within 6 weeks.


Changing in size, shape, colour or texture.


Looks different, feels different, or stands out when compared to your other spots and moles.


Has appeared on your skin recently. Any new moles or spots should be checked, especially if you are over 40.

The most effective management is early detection and treatment.

If there’s one thing we’ve learnt, it’s to follow your intuition and have your skin assessed as soon as possible.

Dr Rohde is a Skin Cancer Specialist. You can call us on 4861 6611 at Highlands Skin Cancer Clinic and check for our next available appointment.

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Dr Nada Rohde

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Highlands Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Clinic

4 Belmore St,

Bowral NSW 2576

Tel: (02) 4861 6611