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    Re: Skin Cancer

    Hey Laney,
    My mom was also diagnosed with breast cancer a few years ago. She was 81. They removed the very small tumor and she had radiation pellets as post-surgery treatment. She is doing great now. A good lesson to make sure you never forget to do yearly check-ups no matter the age. I know all will go well for you too.

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    Re: Skin Cancer

    Try to get it taken care of before it does spread. I know people who have their eye lids and nose done for cancer. It probably will be okay if it doesn't go too far.

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    Re: Skin Cancer

    skin cancer is so dangerous for all apersons.The damage is usually done long before the cancer shows up. A lot of baby boomers are paying for the "go outside and play" attitudes of the 1950s and 1960s. As far as things go, just have him get into the habit of examining himself in a mirror on a regular basis.

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    Re: Skin Cancer

    Skincancer.com is one of the leading providers of online medical information for the prevention and treatment of skin cancer and other related skin conditions. Owned and operated by Dermatology specialists, skincancer.com is an independent, objective source of factual information for both consumers and health professionals. Our objective is to create a community that will learn and support one another in their pursuit of knowledge and understanding of skin health

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    Re: Skin Cancer

    Hi Diane,
    Cancer is the state in which immunity of body is reduced and cells reproduce in an unrestrained fashion but it can be cured if treated properly. Drink more water than routine and add citrus fruits and vegetables containing vitamin A, C, E, beta carotene and selenium as they helps in fighting skin cancer. Add spoon of baking soda in your bathing water and avoid going under sun direct. Exercise regulalry as it will boost your immunity system.

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