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  • The Unusual Suspects

    Can you detect moles which could be suspicious and might develop melanoma? Play the game and detect the suspect moles. You'll find out which factors increase the risk of melanoma and how it can be prevented. 

  • Skin cancer, early detection saves lives

    What are the main factors that increase the risk of melanoma? How can it be prevented? In the video we'll explain a little about the different layers of skin and their function. The appearance of melanoma has been linked to exposure to the sun's rays and the video covers the factors which increase the risk of developing the disease. The percentage of new cases is on the rise and we need to...

  • Skin cancer: ethical issues

    Would you undergo a test that could tell you if you were going to develop melanoma? Would you want others to know? What can industry and the government do? What is the best protection? 

    These are just a few of the questions put to one skin cancer sufferer and several experts in this video. What about you? What do you think? 

  • Investigate a suspect skin growth

    How would you like to enter this virtual laboratory and carry out a biopsy on skin tissue using the right surgical materials? Afterwards you'll be able to check if the tissue is cancerous. You'll discover all about the different treatments for melanoma and the characteristics of suspicious moles. 

  • Looking for genes in the lab

    In this video, we find out more about a research project on the causes of melanoma. By studying familial malignant melanoma and the affected genes, scientists are trying to prevent or diagnose cases of melanoma before they develop in order to cure the disease. 


  • Skin cancer exposed

    In this video, a physicist and a doctor explain to us different techniques for the early detection of skin cancer. Thanks to this new technology, one day your GP might be able to diagnose melanoma early without having to cut into the skin.