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Webinar: Golden rules in skin cancer management

In this webinar in collaboration with the RACGP, Skin Cancer Doctor Terry Harvey covers his golden rules for skin cancer screening, diagnosis & treatment.

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In this webinar and Q&A (delivered with the RACGP), Skin Cancer Doctor Terry Harvey provides his golden rules for skin cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment.

In the full recording below, Dr Harvey explores the primary care management of skin cancer based on his wealth of experience working in a busy skin cancer clinic on the Sunshine Coast.

The webinar covers real patient case studies from Dr Harvey's own practice and his clinical pearls for the identification and treatment of skin cancer, including early detection strategies, innovative diagnostic techniques (such as the utilisation of total body photography), developments in treatment options, and the life-long management of skin cancer risk in patients with chronically sun-damaged skin.

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You can also view a copy of the presentation slides here.

Dr Terry Harvey

Dr Terry Harvey completed his medical training (including a master’s degree in Skin Cancer) at The University of Queensland and is an Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor with the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. He practices at the Sunshine Coast Skin Cancer Centre in Queensland. Dr Harvey has spoken at local and national conferences on topics in advanced skin cancer diagnosis and remains involved in current research into skin cancer screening techniques. His expertise in early diagnosis is recognised through becoming one of very few doctors worldwide to outperform the University of Vienna DermaChallenge AI algorithm in accurate skin cancer diagnosis.

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