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Malignant Moles Non-Cancerous

Updated on December 12, 2015
Malignant Moles
Malignant Moles

Moles on your body

Cancer is a very scary word in today’s society, especially when malignant moles are also in the topic. People across the world love to sun bathe, tan their skin and enjoy the great out doors. Moles as you know start in the pigmentation system of our bodies. They are born in clusters or groupings of darkened skin, usually the color of coffee (dark brown) or oil (black). This brings to the mind: Cancer. Malignant moles are the patches of skin that do not contain cancer. These are the flat shaped moles that are flat against the skin.

These moles may contain tumors. The moles need to be checked by a dermatologist or a physician to determine their exact type. Every precaution must be taken to stop cancer from having the opportunity to spread to other cells within the body. Some times, this is avoidable by simply adding your daily layer of sun protection. You are able to cut down on the possibility of spreading cancer to the rest of your moles by more than fifty percent, according to a new research done by John Hopkins University.

Moles should be well cared for, looked at often by your physician and monitored for any changes. Malignant moles are non-cancerous, meaning they are simply dark in color and contain absolutely zero trace of cancer. Melanoma skin cancer starts inside malignant moles. If you are over twenty and tan a lot, it is recommended you be examined by your physician. If any moles should appear suddenly on your body, faces, or extremities, see your physician.

Malignant moles when caught early on and treated immediately do not pose a problem for the future. However if you wait too long then find a cancerous mole, it will depend on how far you have progressed into the cancer, as to whether or not you will survive treatments.


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