To show appreciation to those of you who visit my website I wrote a handy, condensed Skin Cancer Guide with all the basic information to make you aware of the dangers of skin cancer.
Keep it around the house, carry it with you when you go to the beach or lake. You'll find it handy anytime you plan on spending time in the sun!
Here's a preview of the contents.
• Skin Complexion
• Freckles or moles
• Sun Burn
• Tanning Beds
• Start Young
• Avoid Sunburn
• Avoid Excessive Tanning
• Length Of Time In The Sun
• Wear Protective Clothing
• Beach Umbrellas
• Self Skin Exams
• Skin Exam
• Medical History
• Simple or Extensive
• Currettage And Desiccation
• Surgical Excision
• Mohs Surgery
• Radiation Therapy
• Chemotherapy Topical Cream
• What Questions To Ask Your Alternative Professional
• Here’s what to bring along on vacation or a day at the beach, lake or just out in the sun.
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Support Groups for Cancer
Updated July 1, 2015
"MELANOMA : “NO BIG DEAL ” IT'S JUST SKIN CANCER!
Hi! My name is Nick and I’m 56 yrs. old and this is part of my story. Let me tell you, I was like a lot of people out there and I had no idea that skin cancer was anything bad. I had Basal cell back in 2007, but that was no big deal and it was removed and that was the end of that. No one told me that it was a type of skin cancer (I looked it up on my computer). But still no big deal, it would not kill me.
But I did know the word "Melanoma"....." --by Nick
Scared to Death!!! - by Shelly
Our Cancer Stories are so similar, mine and Gary's! - by Valerie
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The Weather Channel has done well posting this information and photos to help you spot skin cancer, including melanoma.
It can be hard to spot, even for a professional.
The bottom line is to get an expert's opinion about any suspicious mole or lesion on your skin. If necessary, get a second opinion and/or request a biopsy. it’s always better to be safe than sorry.
Don’t put your very life at risk!