‘I’m 25 with olive skin – being told I had melanoma was a scary wake up call’.


Oceana Strachan

model & melanoma survivor

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GAME ON MOLE

Melanoma is the most common cancer for Aussies aged 20 to 39.
The first sign of melanoma is often a new or changing mole.

GAME ON MOLE is a call to action to take your skin seriously!

 

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KNOW YOUR SKIN
check for changes

BE SUN-SAFE
protect your skin

BUY THE T-SHIRT
spread the word!

 BUY THE T-SHIRT 

We’ve collaborated with EVERYTHING’S GOOD to bring you new GAME ON MOLE tees.  Buy the t-shirt and start life-saving conversations about sun safety and skin health!

EVERYTHING’S GOOD is donating profits from GAME ON MOLE t-shirt sales to help fund MIA research so we can  find a cure for melanoma.

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KNOW YOUR SKIN 

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Take a pic of your skin now,

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and again at the end of summer.

If you notice any changes seek medical advice.

WHAT'S THAT? 

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Our cheeky mole surrendering when he is spotted by a dermatoscope.*

*A magnifying tool used by GPs and dermatologists to check the skin.

BE SUN-SAFE 

When the UV index is 3 and above you need to protect your skin.

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Seek shade

Protective clothing

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Aus standard sunnies

SPF50 sunscreen

 

MY MELANOMA STORY 

Four of our MIA ambassadors share their story.

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GAME ON MOLE 

in the media

Aussie sporting legends back Game On Mole on A Current Affair

'Know your skin' - Prof Georgina Long and her patient Jen Benfield on Sunrise

Peter Overton shares his melanoma story on 9News