Cricket legend Michael Clarke, 38, removed skin cancer after the last diagnosis and shares a graphic photo after the procedure
Michael Clarke, 38, had removed skin cancer from his forehead this week after his previous fights with melanoma.
The former Australian cricket captain underwent the invasive procedure and shared a graphic photo with Instagram on Saturday.
& # 39; Another day, another skin cancer cut out of my face … young people there, make sure you do the right things to protect yourself from the sun, & # 39; said the father of one.
Cricket legend Michael Clarke, 38, had skin cancer removed and shared a graphic photo on Instagram after the procedure
The photo shows Michael pushing his hair back to reveal stitches between his eyebrows.
The retired cricket player encouraged his followers to protect themselves when they were in the sun.
The photo prompted Australian swimmer Grant Hackett to check his own health while commenting under the post: & # 39; You let me make an appointment, bro. & # 39;
The former Australian cricket caption advised his followers to protect themselves from the sun, he wrote: “Young people outside make sure you do the right things to protect yourself from the sun.” Pictured here with wife Kyly, 38, and two-year-old daughter Kelsey Lee
The proud father-of-one was first diagnosed with skin cancer in 2006 and has fought the disease several times since.
Last year Michael spoke about his previous battles against skin cancer.
Michael told Seven & # 39; s The morning show that he performs a check every six to twelve months for a routine check.
Sun Smart: Michael advised fans to familiarize themselves with their bodies and especially to look in hard-to-see places (shown at the GQ Awards on November 14, 2018)
In 2014, Michael appeared in the Cancer Council advertising campaign, advising fans to keep an eye on their skin.
He said: & Aussie guys and women should keep a close eye on your skin, especially look at those hard to see places, and familiarize yourself with your body. & # 39;
Former Australian captain, 38, had three non-melanoma skin cancers removed from his face and has been an ambassador for the Cancer Board since 2010.
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