‘This email could save your life’: GP diagnoses melanoma while watching news

GP Dr Graeme Siggs couldn't help but reach out to a stranger when he noticed a suspicious lesion.
Professor Daniel Angus, post-operation.

GP Dr Graeme Siggs is in line for a “beer and a hug” after he diagnosed a potentially deadly melanoma while watching the nightly ABC News bulletin.

The Adelaide GP and skin cancer specialist noticed a suspicious looking lesion on the cheek of Queensland professor Daniel Angus, who was being interviewed 2000km away in Brisbane about online gambling advertising.