Micrographic Surgery. This is a technique for those unlucky enough to develop a skin cancer in a difficult site or one that is defying routine treatment either surgically or non-surgically. It involves cutting out and mapping the skin cancer and simultaneously mapping the patient so one knows precisely where the cancer relates to the patient. The cancer is cut out in a particular way that makes the microscopy more accurate and the removed skin specimen is immediately taken away to be examined under the microscope. It is also stained in a particular way to keep that mapping going all the way through the examination under the microscope, so the exact state of the cancer, whether it is cured, or where it is still active is known. The upshot of all this is that MOHS offers the highest cure rates of any skin cancer technique with the least defect to repair. MOHS is currently available by specialist referral at the Skin and Cancer Foundation and will soon be available at DIV.