The Victorian Melanoma Service is an outpatient service for people with biopsy proven melanoma (primary or metastatic).
Clinical service overview
We provide comprehensive assessment by all the specialties involved in the treatment of melanoma - dermatology, pathology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, general surgery, plastic surgery and psychology.
The Victorian Melanoma Service at The Alfred is an outpatient service run by Dermatology for patients with biopsy proven melanoma (primary or metastatic).
We run an outpatient Melanoma Clinic every Wednesday (except public Holidays) from 8.30am to 1.30pm at The Alfred.
Cancer Guidelines Wiki
Clinical practice guidelines for the diagnosis and management of melanoma (features of melanoma, biopsy, sentinel node biopsy, excision margins)
The Australasian College of Dermatologists
ABC Health Report - How to detect unusual melanomas
How do you detect a melanoma that doesn't look like a melanoma? New guidelines from Cancer Council Australia are being designed to do just that...
Financial Review - How to recognise a dangerous melanoma that doesn’t really look like one
Australians are failing to identify the most dangerous kinds of melanomas, according to revised guidelines.
Medical Journal of Australia Podcast
Episode 62: Atypical melanomas, with Dr Victoria Mar