Submissions received by the Committee

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1Professor Adele Green (PDF 162 KB)  Attachment 1 (PDF 632 KB)  Attachment 2 (PDF 214 KB)  Attachment 3 (PDF 298 KB)  Attachment 4 (PDF 140 KB) 
2Faculty of Radiation Oncology, RANZCR (PDF 207 KB) 
3Professor David Whiteman (PDF 166 KB) 
4Australian Medical Association (NSW) Limited (PDF 464 KB) 
5Ms Susan Gregg (PDF 104 KB) 
6Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (PDF 193 KB) 
7National Rural Health Alliance (PDF 418 KB) 
7.1 Supplementary to submission 7 (PDF 276 KB) 
8Cancer Voices Australia (PDF 1286 KB) 
9Skin & Cancer Foundation Inc (PDF 996 KB) 
10The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (PDF 94 KB) 
10.1 Supplementary to submission 10 (PDF 12 KB) 
11Professor Richard Kefford (PDF 66 KB) 
12Department of Health (PDF 460 KB) 
12.1 Supplementary to submission 12 (PDF 426 KB) 
12.2 Supplementary to submission 12 (PDF 300 KB) 
12.3 Supplementary to submission 12 (PDF 3086 KB) 
13Dr Tony Dicker (PDF 179 KB) 
14Melanoma Patients Australia (PDF 407 KB) 
15Australasian College of Dermatologists (PDF 545 KB) 
16Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (PDF 2206 KB) 
16.1 Supplementary to submission 16 (PDF 1517 KB) 
17Skin & Cancer Foundation Australia (PDF 458 KB) 
18Dr Felix Choi (PDF 192 KB) 
19Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) (PDF 1068 KB) 
19.1 Supplementary to submission 19 (PDF 340 KB) 
20Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (PDF 606 KB) 
20.1 Supplementary to submission 20 (PDF 776 KB) 

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About this inquiry

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world with skin cancers accounting for almost 80 per cent of all new cancers diagnosed. Two out of three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70, and almost 2000 Australians die of skin cancer each year.

The Standing Committee on Health will inquire into melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers.

Past Public Hearings

05 Sep 2014: Sydney
08 Aug 2014: Nowra
30 Jul 2014: Newcastle


Inquiry Status

Report tabled on 24 March 2015


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