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Skin cancer - how to spot the symptoms

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Series : Skin cancer

Published : August 2015
Page Length : 6
Format : Booklet DL
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Cancer Research UK

Skin cancer is very common in the UK. Finding skin cancer early saves lives, so it is very important to know the signs. Skin cancer often first appears as a change in a mole or a patch of normal skin. If you notice a change that happens over weeks or months you should act without delay. Most changes are not caused by cancer, but do need to be checked out by a doctor. In this leaflet, you can find out about skin cancer and signs to look out for.


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