• Does the sun REALLY cause skin cancer? Skin Cancer Symptoms: Cause and Solution [2019]
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    Does the sun REALLY cause skin cancer? Skin Cancer Symptoms: Cause and Solution [2019]

    Thanks for coming out today guys we’re gonna talk about skin cancer and this isn’t gonna be really what you guys expect probably we’re not gonna go into every different type of skin cancer I’m not going to talk about all the treatment options for every type of thing it’s not going to be like that well what because what I’m an expert in is getting people well and keeping them well getting him well I’m not in – what’s your symptom what’s your disease and let’s find all these treatment options available I’m not the expert for that but if you want to get healthy this is the place…

  • Melanoma Skin Cancer Overview [Dermatology]
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    Melanoma Skin Cancer Overview [Dermatology]

    Today’s topic is going to be on melanoma skin cancer. Now melanoma skin cancers are bad cancers, you do not want one. And so it, this is a big topic, but the most important thing about this topic is to please have a conversation with your local dermatologist, to determine what the right treatment is for you, and what your diagnosis means for not only your short-term medical care, but also the considerations that have to be put into place for you and your family for long-term care. Now melanomas are basically broken down into two different categories. And the first category is when they are on the surface of…

  • Skin Cancer – Treatment Options
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    Skin Cancer – Treatment Options

    The treatment of skin cancer is essentially surgical. You have to physically remove the cancer. This can be done in a straightforward surgical way that every dermatologist does. Basal cell cancers and squamous cell cancers that are more extensive or more ill-defined will be treated by Mohs surgery where you cut the lesion out, and check it out under the microscope to make sure that you’ve got it all. Radiation is sometimes used, especially with older individuals with skin cancer.

  • Woman’s VIRAL SELFIE Sparks 300,000 Google Searches – Skin Cancer Awareness
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    Woman’s VIRAL SELFIE Sparks 300,000 Google Searches – Skin Cancer Awareness

    One woman’s viral selfie has sparked a huge peak in google searches. … but it isn’t the kind of selfie you would expect. Warning, the pictures a little bit graphic. Hello and welcome back to Inform Overload. I am Rebecca Felgate and today we are talking about a selfie that raised a lot of awareness. So, when a person says viral selfie to me, I think of Kim Kardashian candids, not gruelling images that raise awareness of skin cancer. In 2015, Tawny Willoughby, who goes by Tawny Dzierzek on facebook, shared images of her face after her skin cancer treatment. At the time, Tawny was 27 and had been diagnosed…

  • Melanoma Skin Cancer Overview – Daily Do’s of Dermatology
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    Melanoma Skin Cancer Overview – Daily Do’s of Dermatology

    So here’s another daily tip from your friendly local dermatologist. Alright, melanoma skin cancers. Now melanoma skin cancers are the most dangerous of the big-three skin cancers. So we have to be very, very careful with melanomas. And melanoma skin cancers again happen from a combination of your genetics, how fair you are, and how much sun exposure or tanning bed use you’ve had in your life. So please limit the sun. Don’t ever tan, and live a healthy lifestyle. Now once you’ve been diagnosed with the melanoma, it’s really important for you to have a conversation with your local dermatologist to see what the best treatment modality is. Sometimes…

  • Scripps Health: Skin Cancer Types and Treatments
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    Scripps Health: Skin Cancer Types and Treatments

    – Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the world that we see today. In this country, we see 3,000,000 cases per year, the most dangerous being melanoma, where we see over 100,000 cases per year. The three main types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. The survival rates of skin cancer are actually very good. For a basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma, it should be 98 plus percent or even higher. For melanoma, we’re fortunate that it’s at least 90 percent, including the aggressive melanomas. The key to skin cancer is, again, early diagnosis, just like it is…