"From humble beginnings 30 years ago, the Skin & Cancer Foundation has grown to be the largest organisation of its type in the world," reports the Bank Of Melbourne.
It's not only the turnover that's impressive: what the Foundation does is extraordinary and rare. It is one of only three of its kind in the world.
"We are the largest diversified dermatology facility in the southern hemisphere," says Chris Arnold, Executive Director. "The National Skin Centre in Singapore and the Charite hospital in Berlin are larger and, unlike the Foundation, supported by governments. We are all different but what we all have in common is that we're each supporting our country's dermatologists the best way we can, through clinics, research and education.''
See the bank's report here.
A PDF copy of the article is also available here.