What is Skin cancer?
Skin cancer is all about an uncontrolled growth of skin cells. It usually occurs when unimpaired DNA damages the skin cells. Skin cancer can occur on areas of skin which is not ordinarily exposed to sunlight. If you want to reduce your risk of skin cancer by limitation or avoiding exposure to ultraviolet radiation. You should check your skin time to time which can help you in detecting skin cancer in early stages. Early detection of skin cancer can give the greatest chance for successful skin cancer treatmet.
What are the types of skin cancer?
There are manly three types of skin cancer:
1. Basal cell carcinoma. It usually occurs in sun-exposed area of the body such as nech or face.Symptoms of basal cell carcinoma are pearly or waxy bump, flat, flesh colored or brown patches on skin and bleeding or scabbing sore that heals and returns.
2. Squamous cell carcinoma. Squamous cell carcinoma can occurs on sum exposed areas of your body, such as face,neck, ears and hands. People with darker skin are more likely to develop Squamous cell carcinoma on the areas which are not exposed to sun. Squamous cell carcinoma symptoms are a firm, red nodule, a flat lesion with a scaly.
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