Leo's story: Not a wart

Leo Zeldenrust  always knew he had a lot of moles  but it was not until 2014 that he noticed one of them  had started to look a bit different.  His doctor thought it was a wart so she blitzed it with nitrogen and it was gone.

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Rural Alliance News

August 10, 2017

CANGO manifesto launch with colleagues from 9 prominent cancer organisations who have come together as an alliance because we believe kiwis deserve better.

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Ski-nZ 2018

The 2018 Melanoma New Zealand Ski-nZ Max will be an adrenalin packed adventure on personal watercraft, travelling via some of the most amazing coastline and scenery that New Zealand has to offer.

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Adine’s story: I had been a sun worshipper

The summer of 2004/2005 had been a great one, I had just got married, had completed my first year as a commercial lawyer, was rolling into my 6th year as a member of the Silver Fern Netball Team and we had just added a new puppy and Burmese cat to our brand spanking new family home. However the blissful summer came to a complete halt...

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Con’s story: Melanoma is an insidious disease that moves very fast

Around 18 months ago I had a standard mole check done. As a result, one small lesion was removed from my back, which was found to be benign. Last year I visited my GP for a separate issue and within seconds of removing my shirt, my GP zeroed in on a spot on my chest. I had no idea the spot was there before my GP pointed it out and thanks to his attentiveness, the spot was detected early.

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