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> New Zealand and Australia have the highest rates of melanoma in the world
> Approximately 50% of all Kiwis will get a skin cancer in their lifetime
> 80 % of all new cancers diagnosed in New Zealand are skin cancers
> Melanoma is the leading cancer for males aged 25 to 44 years old and the second most common for females of the same age.
> Melanoma is the fourth most common life-threatening cancer in New Zealand for all ages combined
> Melanoma is the most serious of all skin cancers. However, it is by no means the most prevalent and only forms less that 5% of all skin cancers.
> From the age of 50, the rate of all skin cancers increase significantly with each decade