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  • A Guide to Melanoma in Situ
    While skin cancer is on the rise, few understand the basic anatomy of the epidermis - the layer of skin afflicted with this disease - and the stages of malignant melanoma. Learn about malignant melanoma in situ, the tiers within the epidermis and treatment options available for sufferers.
  • Natural Ways to Treat Skin Cancer
    As the most common type of cancer in the United States today, people are looking for natural remedies for skin cancer. Through surgery or diet and herbs, the more mild forms of skin cancer, basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma, can almost always be treated.
  • Types of Skin Cancer
    There are many different skin cancer types, each with their own characteristics and statistical occurrence. More often than not, skin cancer is caused by UV radiation or genetics; however, some forms result from various diseases and bodily structures.
  • Chemo Drugs for Metastatic Melanoma
    While the prognosis for metastatic melanoma sufferers is often bleak, treatment options are available to help relieve their pain and prolong their lives. Chemotherapy is often the first choice of doctors, with different chemotherapeutic drug combination options available.
  • An Overview of Early Squamous Cell Cancer
    Early squamous cell cancer can be successfully treated if it is detected early. Light skinned men in the age group of 65 plus are at the highest risk. Several treatment options, including surgery, are available to treat this carcinoma.
  • What Kind of Moles Are Cancerous?
    Determining what kind of moles are cancerous will help you to understand the type of moles that there are, and how to examine them to check for signs of cancer. Let us explore and understand what to look for, and what to do if signs occur.
  • How Do You Know When a Mole is Cancerous?
    Almost everybody has one or several moles somewhere on their body, which constitute a potential risk of a skin cancer type called melanoma. But how do you know when a mole is cancerous? This article gives a couple of guidelines to determine whether a mole is cancerous or not.
  • An Overview of Malignant Spitzoid Melanoma
    This general introduction to malignant spitzoid melanoma will help readers gain a basic understanding of the disease, including the causes, symptoms, diagnosis methods, and treatment.
  • The Appearance of Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    Learn about this second most common type of skin cancer. Know what to look for when examining yourself to detect the appearance of squamous cell carcinoma.
  • Facts About Merkel Cell Carcinoma
    Merkel cell carcinoma is known by several other names, but regardless, is a type of skin cancer that can be treated. Learn about this form of cancer, how it is diagnosed and treated, as well as tips for prevention.
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