Symptoms of Skin Cancer
Cancer may present itself as a rash, a sore, a scaly patch of skin, a scar with a waxy texture, a growth beneath the skin or even a pimple that doesn’t seem to go away. Skin cancer typically develops on areas of the body that are often exposed to the sun, such as the face, neck, arms or hands, etc. It is also common for skin cancer to have an appearance similar to a mole or to start within a mole.
Skin cancer often occurs in areas of the skin that have been damaged by the sun, radiation or chemical exposure, although they may occur anywhere on the body – including in the mouth. Fortunately, there are many highly effective treatments for skin cancer, including: