I hope healing for all patients especially cancers.
well I just want to help!
Check yourself before you wreck yourself.
I actually do have a spot on my face that has been getting bigger and little darker so I am going to go get it looked at just to be on the safe side. Thank you for this cause~sometimes you just need a nudge in life. My Dad had skin cancer and I wouldn't like to follow in those steps like him.
thank you ricky for this update, really appreciate it! I use to be at the beach from the a.m. till it went down. I haven't layed in the sun for many many yrs. now. Also, people who have had a transplant CAN NOT lay in the sun, as we are very prone to skin cancer as well. ALWAY'S use sun block no matter what. good health to all....
Thanks for this information.We must take care for such things, and for any small infection we have to go and see the skin specialist.
racheal be strong -i have some dark colors on my skin I removed it inhospital and now I am clear.
I had a melanoma in situ removed from my shoulder last summer. it took two cuts - first a mole removal and then a second surgery to remove a 'giant almond' sized chunk of surrounding skin - just to be sure. I always hide from the sun but spent a lot of time in the water without a t shirt as a child. no sunscreen works as long as I stayed in the water... mole mapping - keep photo records.
Bee very careful and check your body often.