The Skin Cancer Guide: Part 1

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Basal-Cell Cancer: What to Look For

The Skin Cancer Foundation cites five typical signs: an open sore, a reddish patch, a shiny bump that may be translucent or pearly, a pink growth with an elevated edge and crusted center, or a scarlike area that is white, yellow, or waxy. Here, some examples:

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