AWARENESS & PREVENTION

Know your skin!

At Kaleidoscope Skin Clinic we care about much more than just detecting and treating skin cancer. Prevention is better than cure. That’s why we’re committed to raising awareness of the risks and helping educate people about how to protect themselves and their loved ones. With the help of the Cancer Council, Melanoma Institute of Australia and other credible health organisations we have created this resource on our website to ensure you have the correct facts and information about skin cancer.  The What’s Topical blog contains articles, opinion pieces and speeches written by knowledgable members of the KSC team, and we’ve also included recent news media clippings. 

What’s Topical?

Seeing Spots?

Seeing Spots?

As the days get longer and the weather warms up, Spring is the second most popular time of year to join a gym (after January). There is also a notable increase in beauty appointments. We all want to be beach-ready in time for Summer. Sometimes it’s only when we start...

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Bundaberg’s Boutique Skin Cancer Clinic a cut above

Bundaberg’s Boutique Skin Cancer Clinic a cut above

Doctor Charles Blair had all but given up on finding a beautiful old home to transform into a modern skin cancer clinic, when Nathan Powell from LJ Hooker presented him with 53 Barolin Street. “We knew it was the building for us from the moment we stepped inside,”...

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Sun Protection for all Seasons by Dr Charles Blair

Sun Protection for all Seasons by Dr Charles Blair

Crush Magazine – Autumn/Winter 2020 My favourite place to picnic with my young family is Elliott Heads. We ride our bikes along the esplanade and find a shady spot under a tree, overlooking the mouth of the river. Sometimes we take a packed lunch and other times we...

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In the news

Construction starts on new skin cancer clinic

Construction starts on new skin cancer clinic

Construction has started on a new medical clinic at 53 Barolin Street, dedicated to the prevention, early detection and treatment of skin cancer. Kaleidoscope Skin Clinic Director Larine Statham-Blair said extensive renovation works on the charming South Bundaberg...

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Skin clinic to alleviate long patient waits

Skin clinic to alleviate long patient waits

Existing surgery welcomes new player for Bundaberg. By Zachery O’Brien With the weather already heating back up and the start of summer only a few months away, questions have beenraised about the availability of Bundaberg’s skin cancer specialists.It’s possible...

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Application lodged for new skin cancer clinic

Application lodged for new skin cancer clinic

An existing building along Barolin Street could be transformed into a skin cancer care and treatment clinic if a development application is approved by Bundaberg Regional Council. The application for a material change of use was submitted by the Blair Family...

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Resources & Factsheets

KSC Photodynamic Therapy Factsheet

Sun Damage and Young Children

Spot the Difference

10 Myths about Sun Protection

Skin Cancer and Outdoor Work

Understanding Melanoma

Understanding Skin Cancer

Regional QLD Cancer Statistics

QLD Skin Cancer Statistics

Wide Bay Burnett Cancer Statistics

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