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TAL SpotChecker


Sat 27 Jan 2018, 9:00am–6:00pm
Sun 28 Jan 2018, 9:00am–6:00pm

Where: The Square - Federation Square, Federation Square, Swanston Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Free skin checks for skin cancer this summer.

Embrace sun safety this summer with a free skin check from a specialist skin cancer doctor. Australia’s leading life insurance specialist, TAL, is calling on Australians to embrace sun safety and commit to getting a skin check from a qualified professional this summer.

To help more Australians enjoy the summer months with confidence, TAL has launched ‘TAL SpotChecker’, a series of pop-up clinics that provide free skin checks from specialist skin cancer doctors at some of Australia’s most iconic locations, including Federation Square in Melbourne.

Skin cancer is one of Australia’s most common cancers, with almost 14,000 people estimated to be affected this year, but it is also one of the most readily detectable. It’s with that in mind that leading life insurer, TAL has launched TAL SpotChecker.

TAL is always looking for new ways to protect this Australian life, and helping Australians understand sun safety to embrace the summer with confidence is one of them. Research from the Cancer Council shows that early detection of skin cancer can increase chances of successful treatment. Through TAL SpotChecker, TAL is aiming to provide skin checks to over 27,000 Australians this year.

Visit TAL SpotChecker website to find out more or reserve a place at one of the TAL SpotChecker pop-ups. Limited places will also be available for walk-ins over the weekend.

To find out more about the TAL SpotChecker, please visit the website.