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Allied Health Services at Duff Street Medical Clinic, Doctors in Cranbourne

Allied Health Services at Duff Street Medical Clinic

Allied health professionals offer a wide range of health services. Along with general practitioners, they form a broad range of health providers to provide a better diagnosis to patients. Allied health professionals can be your dietitian or your physiotherapist that helps you with your movement. There are 16 different allied health professions registered under the

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Skin Cancer tests and dermatologists at Duff Street Medical centre, Cranbourne Doctors

Skin Cancer Awareness

Be sun smart at Duff Street Medical With the warmer months approaching it’s important to know how to keep your skin protected. Australia has the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. 2 in 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer before they are 70 and unfortunately around 2000 people die from it

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Cervical Cancer detection by Cranbourne Doctors now at Duff street medical Clinic

Cervical Cancer Awareness

At Duff Street Medical we understand Pap Smears are daunting for everyone but it is important to get them done regularly. Sadly around 903 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year alone, that’s why it’s good to stay on top of your health…down there At Duff Street we have FEMALE doctors 7 days

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Bulk billing lungs health services at Duff Street Medical Clinic, Cranbourne Doctors

Lung Awareness Month

Duff Street Medical is helping patients breathe easy this month. As November is Lung Awareness Month we are doing our bit to shine light on lung health. There is a common misconception that lung disease only affects smokers. However, at least 1 in 10 Australians will have some form of lung disease, which means it

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Pink Ribbon Event for fundraising for cervical cancer by Cranbourne Doctors

Pink Ribbon Month

We are thinking pink this October in a bid to raise awareness and money for women’s cancer. Despite advances in treatment, everyday 50 women in Australia are diagnosed with breast or gynecological cancer, sadly 12% of these women will not make it. The good news is survival rates for breast cancer have increased by 17%

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