There are three
main types of
- The most serious skin cancer type as it can spread via the bloodstream through the body
- Can be found on any part of the body, including places that do not even receive any sun exposure including soles of feet, inside mouth, eyes, under finger or toenails and groin
- Melanomas can appear raised or flat, pink or brown, and can grow fast or slow
Note: These pictures show more advanced examples of skin cancers, but remember that not all skin cancer look alike and the early signs of skin cancer can be very subtle. If you have a spot or mole which is Sore, Changing, Abnormal or New – don’t delay! Get it checked.
Skin Cancer College Australasia would like to thank Dr Richard Johns for generously supplying lesion images for use on this page.