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June 15, 2017 / molehunter

draft patient skin cancer information leaflet page 1

draft skin cancer patient leaflet page 1 Just trying to post this here to see what it looks like. Anyone feel free to comment-this is an ongoing project.

 

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  1. JULIAN PEACE / Jun 15 2017 4:16 pm

    Link doesn’t work…

    J

    (It might be me)

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    • molehunter / Jun 15 2017 8:46 pm

      Thanks Julian, I just clicked ion the blue highlighted area and it opened for me. I;ll try posting it a different way. I am too mean to lash out on serious leaflet creating software especially as I have a friendly and economical printers down the road who will sort it if I can get the content right. Cheers.

  2. Angie anderson / Jun 15 2017 10:32 pm

    Pictures really helpful for patients. What about also having pic of a more classic bcc with central ulceration and pearly rolled edge.

  3. JS / Jun 15 2017 11:14 pm

    Pictures are great!
    Agree with person who suggested more classic BCC with rolled edge- maybe substituted for the middle bcc picture.
    Do all patients know what non- pigmented means ?
    ?Something also about prevention is better than cure- suncare advice and Sun behaviour modification.

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