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In New Zealand we have clean air, are affected by the ozone hole, and have a large proportion of pale skinned people.

This is a recipe for skin cancer and our population is affected by it more than most. There are also many benign skin lesions which are still troublesome and merit removal.

The most common skin cancer is Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC).  It is also the safest in that it has no ability to send cells elsewhere (metastasise). It is still a cancer in that if ignored it just carries on growing. Provided it is removed completely that is the end of it.

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Christchurch

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5 Naseby St

Merivale

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FaxF: 03 355 9249


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