Another Pre-Cancerous Moleby
I can't believe I posted a picture of my bloated maggot toes.
A few months back, I had the infamous mole removed from the outskirts of my anus. My doctor advised that I see a dermatologist...
Am I running a Special on Melanoma?by
Dr. John D.
The melanomapicture you see pictured above is a past case from a few years ago. I’ll take a better picture...
Melanoma is the rarest of the skin cancers, but the only skin cancer that has a reasonable...
One Year. A Melanoma Updateby
It's been a year since I was first diagnosed with melanoma and many things have changed in my life.
I've had two operations, one of them major. I've had check ups, physiotherapy and more moles removed...
Who is Likely To Get Melanoma?by
No one is free from risk of getting melanoma. People who have the highest risk have many moles, irregular moles or large moles.
Those with close blood relatives who have had melanoma or
Other Warning Signs of Melanomaby
from your other moles
How Is Melanoma Diagnosed?
If your doctor suspects a change in... into the surrounding skin
> A change in sensation-itchiness, tenderness or pain
> A change in the surface of the mole...
Marathon Training Runs Up Risk of Melanomaby
By Crystal Phend,
Training for the marathon puts runners at risk for malignant melanoma... from a skin cancer screening campaign, showed significantly more atypical moles (47.1% versus 31.4%, P=0.001...
Examine Your Molesby
Dwight and his mole - the one on his cheek
not the mole at his back.
Moles are growths on the skin that are usually brown or black. Moles can appear anywhere on the skin, alone or...