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... i had 2 moles removed. ... (10 replies)
... I had a melanoma removed 2 years ago, and have done quite a bit of "learning up" on melanoma in the time since then. ... (1 replies)
... Life isn't worth living if you go around paranoid and worrying, trust me. I had 3 very large, very black, very jagged moles on my torso that I just knew would one day be "ripe" to turn into skin cancer. ... (3 replies)

A few questions
Oct 16, 2009
... years ago. Mine did not grow from an established mole, but developed on it's own. I also, as is normal, have quite a number of moles. ... (1 replies)
... I had a black linear stripe that started to develop on my right pinky nails over 10 years ago. ... (18 replies)
... Yes, I've had a wide excision, and you will be fine. Your biopsy came back abnormal mole, correct? ... (5 replies)
A concern
Jun 2, 2009
... I know people usually speak of individuals having a lot of moles to be subject to melanoma, but that is not entirely the case. Melanoma can develop from an existing mole, so the more moles a person has, the better their odds are of developing melanoma. ... (4 replies)
... I really hope you take Chele's advice to heart, Blinkwatt, as here is MY story. Just turned 47, so I can relate to everything that Chele has posted....with the exception of getting that perfect tan. ... (5 replies)
... really worried, I hope I can help you through this, and like I said this is a great place, and I hope you keep posting after your appt tomorrow. ... (14 replies)
... and want to stay that way. That being said I'm trying my hardest to keep my chances of melanoma low and can use experienced peoples advice. ... (5 replies)
... e area without moving anywhere else. If you catch it quick enough you stand a very good chance of complete cure. Any melanoma less than 2mm thick once completely removed offers a very high cure rate. ... (11 replies)
... First and foremost, thank the powers that be this cancer has not spread to your lymph nodes! ... (2 replies)

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