In the July issue of Channel Magazine, Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, advises on what to do about a possible basal cell cancer - the most common type of cancer in New Zealand. 

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In this month's issue of Channel Magazine, Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, answers a query from a European man in his 50s, who is very active and has spent a lot of time outdoors competing in ocean swimming events. He wonders, "Do I need a mole check?"

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Check out this editorial by Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, in the June/July issue of Human Resources Magazine, which has a special employee health, safety and wellness theme. Dr Coe offers lots of practical advice around what all organisations should be doing to protect their staff from the harmful effects of UV radiation.

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In this month's special 'Mother's Day' issue of Channel Magazine, Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, answers a question from a women whose Mum has just spotted a suspicious looking mole on her leg and is wondering what to do! 

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Check out April's issue of Channel Magazine where Chief MoleMan answers a query about the options for mole removal surgery and treatment.

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‘Go Spotty' in your school or workplace - Friday 28th March 2014

March is Melanoma Awareness month and the Melanoma Foundation of New Zealand would like to invite you to participate in our second national ‘Go Spotty’ Mufti Day on Friday 28th March to raise awareness of this terrible disease that is affecting over 4000 kiwis every year.

The idea is to get everyone wearing something spotty or dotty to get people thinking about melanoma and checking their skin for ‘spots’ or signs that could lead to melanoma later on in life.

We would greatly appreciate your participation via a gold coin donation for everyone who decides to wear spotty mufti on the day.

If you would like to participate in our ‘Go Spotty Day’, request flyers, donations boxes, or have any questions, please contact admin@melanoma.org.nz or 09-449-2342 or 0800-4-melanoma (0800-463-526)

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MoleMan welcomes Dr Rachel Jones to the team! Dr Jones will be available for full body mole screening consultations (30 mins) at our Northcote Point clinic, every Tuesday from 9am - 2pm. If you would like to make an appointment with Rachel please call us on 09 480 6416 or 0800 DR MOLE (376653).

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