For more information on skin cancer, aesthetics and other skin conditions found in primary care, please see the following online resources:

http://www.aad.org/ - The American Academy of Dermatology is the largest and most representative dermatology group representing virtually all dermatologists in the US, as well as a growing number of international dermatologists.

http://www.sunsmartschools.co.nz/ - The SunSmart schools programme and website are run by the Cancer Society of New Zealand.

http://www.sunsmart.org.nz/ - The promotion of sun safety in New Zealand (using the SunSmart brand) is managed through a close strategic partnership between HPA, the Cancer Society of New Zealand and the Melanoma Foundation of New Zealand.

http://www.dermnetnz.org/ - DermNet NZ is provided by the New Zealand Dermatological Society Incorporated to present authoritative facts about the skin for consumers and health professionals in New Zealand and throughout the world.

http://www.melnet.org.nz/ - MelNet is a network of professionals working together to reduce the incidence and impact of melanoma in New Zealand.

http://www.health.govt.nz/ - The Ministry is the government’s primary agent in New Zealand’s health and disability system, and has overall responsibility for the management and development of that system.

http://www.derm101.com/ - Derm101.com is the most comprehensive online library of resources for the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases. Find what you need using powerful search tools, including the Derm101.com image search.

http://www.cancercontrolnz.govt.nz/ - Cancer Control New Zealand is responsible for making sure New Zealand’s Cancer Control Strategy is turned into action. The Council is an independent advisory body appointed by the Minister of Health.

https://www.melanoma.org.nz/ - Melanoma New Zealand is a registered charitable trust devoted to issues relating to melanoma. Their mission is to prevent avoidable deaths and suffering from melanoma.
http://www.emedicinehealth.com/ - eMedicineHealth.com is a consumer health information site that was launched in May 2003. The site contains over 900 health and medical articles written by physicians for patients and consumers.

http://www.sccanz.com.au/ - The expanded resources and collective expertise of the Skin Cancer College Australasia will provide an unrivalled resource for education, collaboration, networking and research in the field of skin cancer medicine.

http://www.ocularmelanoma.org/ - OMF’s mission is to accelerate and enhance scientific research, advocacy, and awareness of ocular melanoma and to provide education and support to patients, their families, and healthcare professionals. 

http://www.metservice.com/ - MetService, together with the international commercial subsidiary, Metra, is a global leader in providing relevant, timely and accurate weather information services, benefitting billions of people throughout the world.
 
http://www.aslms.org/ - The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery is the world's largest scientific organization dedicated to promoting research, education and high standards of clinical care in the field of medical laser applications.

http://www.aestheticmedicine.org.au/ - The Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine (ACAM) is a membership of medical practitioners trained to high professional standards, whose objective is to serve the community by providing high quality care.

http://www.regenlabprp.com/ - Natural aging of the skin means that skin texture and appearance deteriorate over time. An new approach appealing to people seeking a more natural method to facial rejuvenation, is regeneration with your own cells, more specifically autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP). RegenLab PRP is being used successfully with thousands of patients across the globe to rejuvenate and slow down the aging process.

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