GAME ON MOLE, our annual MIA awareness campaign, which uses the iconic Aussie catch-phrase to start life-saving conversations about sun safety and skin health, has joined forces with Brisbane Roar Football Club.
GAME ON MOLE is a call to action to take your skin seriously! Know the skin you're in and be sun-safe. Find out more, buy the hat.
Our 11 Flinders Ranges trekkers have returned safely with new friends, a wonderful sense of achievement and many great memories to treasure. See all the pics and support their efforts!
An inspiring day at Parliament House in Canberra for the launch of ‘Parliamentary Friends of Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness’.
Read how you can help us STOP THE GLAMOURISATION OF TANNING.
Read more about our 'Run from the Sun' 2022 campaign, including presentations to secondary schools and colleges, and fundraising rides.
Sun Safe Sport initiative and modernised awareness campaign critical to preventing melanoma which claims more lives than our annual road toll.
18-year-old Sam calls for young Aussies to start taking sun safety seriously, after being diagnosed with melanoma just weeks before the Commonwealth Games.
Olympian and melanoma survivor Cate Campbell, and Melanoma Institute Australia Co-Medical Directors Professor Georgina Long AO and Professor Richard Scolyer AO, will address the National Press Club of Australia.
Tasmanian skin cancer patients to benefit from increased prevention and awareness campaigns, and bolstered melanoma support services.