On 1 September 2014 several of South Africa’s leading dermatologists participated in a pilot project, which involved the free skin cancer screening of a number of South Africans.
With all the stresses of modern living, with all the things going on in our busy lives, putting on sunscreen is yet another thing to remember before rushing out of the door.
The Skin Cancer Foundation of South Africa hosted a successful Skin Cancer Update on the 5th August 2015 in Sandton, Gauteng. The event is planned to take place on an annual basis, this being the [...]
Dear Colleague The 1st of September is National Skin Cancer Screening Day – South Africa! We need your help to make this day a success… The Skin Cancer Foundation of South Africa (SCFSA) is [...]
South African Journal of Science http://www.sajs.co.za 1 Volume 110 | Number 9/10 September/October 2014 Commentary School sun policies and safe sun practices among children Page 1 of 4 [...]
It’s all systems go for first ever national skin cancer screening day on 1 September 2014 25 April 2014 South Africa’s (SA’s) dermatologists are yielding to a clarion call to participate in the [...]