It looks like a lesion, sore, spot or any skin abnormality. If you have any of these or suspected you have a skin cancer, go see a doctor immediately.
skin cancer is a dangerous disease beware of this disease
by ii3rittles 8 years ago
How many minutes a day is recommended for tanning/sunbathing?I'm doing one hour most days. I don't burn and I use coconut oil for sunblock/tanning oil.
by 2patricias 11 years ago
We use Google Ads on our website (www.looklovely.net) which are fed to the site according to contens. We are happy with these ads at least 98% of the time, but we are concerned about ads for skin whitening cream. As a result, we use the facility that allows us to block these ads.Our...
by Dennis Pace 10 years ago
Has your disease ever been cured by taking a Pill?
by gracenotes 9 years ago
What causes skin cancer?Please feel free to comment on basal cell, squamous cell, or melanoma, within your area of experience.
by lil-miss-sunshine 10 years ago
What are the three types of skin cancerdescribe what they are
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Selfishness has garnered an extremely negative reputation over the millennium. People were admonished by parents, society, & religious authorities to put themselves last while putting other first. Putting others first was viewed as noble while putting oneself first was seen as...
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