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Basal Cell Carcinoma 

Approximately more than one million new basal cell carcinoma diagnosis' are currently recognized each year in the United States, and the incidence is rising.  Basal cell carcinoma usually appears on skin that has been exposed to the sun such as the face, ears, chest, back, legs, and scalp.  The appearance of BCC is that of a pink, slightly elevated growth, a reddish patch of skin, a raised, shiny, skin-colored bump with tiny blood vessels, or a sore that continuously heals and then re-opens.  BCC grows slowly and usually does not metastasize.  It occurs more often in fair-skinned individuals.  In the past, BCC usually appeared in older individuals, but has been appearing more in younger people because of sun exposure at an earlier age.

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Kaposi's Sarcoma


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