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Skin Cancer Risk Factors Checklist

Skin Cancer Risk Factors Checklist

Common signs of skin cancer to look out for

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  • Unusual skin growth or sore that doesn’t go away, such as a nodule, rash or irregular patch on the surface of the skin
  • A pale patch of skin or a waxy or pearly white translucent bump on the head or neck, or a brownish scar or flesh-colored lesion on the chest, which may be signs of basal cell carcinomas
  • Firm, rough lumps on the surface of the skin, sometimes developing more like a reddish, scaly patch if a nodule doesn’t form, which may be signs of squamous cell cancer
  • Red or flesh-colored moles that are raised and grow quickly, which may be a sign of Merkel cell carcinomas which are also a type of skin cancer
  • Changes in a previous mole (remember ABCD which stands for Asymmetry, uneven Borders, changes in Color and increase in size in a mole/Diameter)

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