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A change to a mole isn't the only sign of skin cancer

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Maximum Order: 10

Series : Be clear on cancer

Published : May 2014
Page Length : 6
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Department of Health

Skin cancer is very common in England. There are two main types of skin cancer, the more common but less serious "non-melanoma" and "malignant melanoma". Malignant melanoma is the most serious form is often just called "melanoma". Although this leaflet focuses on melanoma, some of the information applies to other types of skin cancer too.