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Let’s lower skin cancer rates in New Zealand.

Skin cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in New Zealand, with over 90% of all skin cancers in New Zealand caused by UV exposure. Over time, UV radiation from the sun can harm unprotected skin and damage our skin cells' DNA leading to skin cancer.

We know that a skin cancer diagnosis can have an impact on every part of your life. Even though it’s more common in older people, anyone can get skin cancer.

Test your SunSmart knowledge by taking our quiz today and help spread awareness about the importance of reducing the risk of skin cancer. Thanks to our supporters, we are here for everyone affected by skin cancer when they need it most.

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About the Cancer Society Wellington Division (Covering: Marlborough, Nelson-Tasman, Wairarapa and Greater Wellington)

The Cancer Society is a leading cancer charity, working across every area of every cancer.

Every day, we support people affected by all types of cancer. We provide free information, advice and support to New Zealanders when they need it most, speak out on behalf of the community on cancer issues, empower people to reduce their cancer risk, and find new ways to better detect and treat cancer.

No one should have to face cancer alone – and with you, they won’t have to. With your help, New Zealanders will have somewhere to turn for support, no matter how cancer impacts their life.

Every day, 71 New Zealanders will hear the words “I am sorry you have cancer.”