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    **Ankith Srivastava** Male

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    Yes. It will visible on skin after two are three month.
    A few symptoms for skin cancer:
    Small lump that is shiny, pale colour and smooth.
    A red lump is firm.
    Rough or scaly patches on the skin.
    A spot that bleeds crusty. Also looks for sore that donít heal.

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    **Breonna Jackson** Female

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ankith View Post
    Yes. It will visible on skin after two are three month.
    A few symptoms for skin cancer:
    Small lump that is shiny, pale colour and smooth.
    A red lump is firm.
    Rough or scaly patches on the skin.
    A spot that bleeds crusty. Also looks for sore that don’t heal.
    Thank you ankith!!! You have provide such a useful information!!!

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    **Dora Collis** Female

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    So, what are the facts we should avoid to prevent skin cancer.

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    The common symptoms of skin cancer are dark spot,scars,red lump etc.check your blood and skin to prevent from skin cancer.

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    **sampy dicroze** Male

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    A: Appearance : Does it look weir to you
    B: Border : Is its border smooth or irregular (zigzags)
    C: Color : Does it have more than 1 color; if some are dark brown and some are red: bad news
    D: Dimension: Measure it across at its largest width; it greater than 1 cm; be concern
    E: Elevation : Feel the mole with the tip of your finger; if smooth: Ok if rough surface: concern

    Skin cancer does not produce pain, if may itch but it you scratch it and it bleeds: bad news and go see a Dermatologist for a Biopsy ($250.00)

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    **Ziesha Shey** Female

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    Symptoms Of Skin Cancer

    Any new development that is suspicious.
    Smooth scaly places of the epidermis that are red or darkish.
    A painful or identify that will bleed or become crusty. Also look for blisters that don't cure.
    Last edited by Dr.Saiyan; 11-05-2012 at 12:52 PM.

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    **bharat book bureau** Male

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    Near about 700 Peoples dies due to skin cancer only in South Africa, Thanks for this thread, here is most of the symptoms are mentioned peoples need to aware of this so they can recognize cancer as soon as possible.


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