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Hi Here’s some links that may help you understand things a bit more. http://www.cancerfightingstrategies.com/fungus-and-cancer.html#sthash.UvQpjJBD...
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bruised knee takes longer to heal than other bruised area. if the pain isn;t severe then rest. otherwise talk to your doctor to see if you injured...
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Sutures usually remain in place for 7-10 days so it's time for their removal. It is always best to have stiches (surgical sutures) removed by a...
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You may be worried about nothing. Please relax and be like your mother.  The vast majority of skin lesions are NOT cancer, and those that are...
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Hm. That's interesting.It's not uncommon to develop numbness at the surgical site of any surgery. Sometimes this is temporary, and sometimes...
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I'm sorry to hear about your husband's skin cancer. That can certainly be a scary experience, and you're wise to keep a close watch on...
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UVA and UVB are forms of ultraviolet (UV) radiation. UVB radiation is made up of shortwave rays which affect only the outer layer of the skin...
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The nail-drying machines used in professional nail salons come in two varieties: air drying and UV drying. And yes, you do need to be careful about...
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You may be suffering from melasma, a skin condition characterized by hyperpigmentation of the cheeks and forehead. Some melasma sufferers will...
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 Skin cancers involve abnormal cell changes in the outer layer of skin. It is by far the most common cancer in the world, accounting for 75% of...
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Skin cancer tends to strike people of light skin color. Dark-skinned people are rarely affected, and then only on light areas of the body such as the...
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Overexposure to UV rays can cause three varieties of skin cancer: malignant melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. Malignant...
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The ideal methods of preventing sunburn, and hopefully skin cancer, involve:    1. Limit the amount of time of sun exposure and avoiding...
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What you are describing sounds like a seborrheic keratosis, which is a benign condition; however, this needs to be evaluated by your dermatologist...
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Excessive exposure to sunlight is the main cause of skin cancer. Sunlight contains ultraviolet (UV) rays that can alter the genetic material in skin...
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