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Checking for Skin Cancer: When a Visual Exam Isn’t Enough

A mere visual inspection may not always be sufficient when it comes to a skin cancer diagnosis.

That’s according to a research team from the University of Birmingham in the U.K., led by Jac Dinnes, PhD, a senior researcher in the university’s Unit of Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

Skin cancer, which is generally caused by exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays, is the most common form of cancer in the United States. And research concluded that some of the most common ways people check for possible skin cancer — including visual inspection and smartphone apps — aren’t enough to accurately diagnose the disease.

According to a Mayo Clinic study, diagnoses of basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, the two forms of nonmelanoma skin cancers, increased 263 percent and 145 percent respectively between 2000 and 2010.

Dinnes says that with this in mind, it was a good time for her and her team to use their expertise in reviewing existing diagnostic tests.

“With increasing rates of skin cancer and an increasing number of more specialized tests becoming available in primary care and specialist settings, it was a perfect fit really,” Dinnes said.

With a multitude of ways to detect and treat skin cancer — beginning with visual inspection — the researchers set out to identify the most effective ways for medical professionals to diagnose the disease.

Diagnosis can be tricky

While the first signs of skin cancer (usually an abnormality or growth on the skin) can be visible to the naked eye, this visual once-over isn’t sufficient for adequately identifying all of the problem areas.

For those who aren’t sure what to look out for, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a handy A-B-C-D-E technique.

If you have a lesion, growth, sore or mole, keep an eye on the spot’s Asymmetry, Border, Color, Diameter, and Evolution.

If the spot is particularly large, changing size, or is jagged or asymmetrical, it’s best to talk to your doctor.

A primary care physician has better tools than the eyeball test.

Dermoscopy — an examination using a magnifying device called a dermatoscope — is better than a visual inspection alone when it comes to diagnosing skin cancer. It’s most effective when used by specialists, which may necessitate a referral from a primary care physician.

Specialized tests

There are a couple of specialized tests that can also potentially diagnose skin cancer, but according to Dinnes, more research and evidence is needed in order to optimize them.

One such technique, reflectance confocal microscopy (RCM) allows clinicians to conduct a noninvasive “virtual biopsy” of the skin. While more research is needed, this technology could become an effective part of a physician’s toolbox.

“We have not found sufficient evidence for other available tests to support any widespread introduction,” said Dinnes, “but would certainly see value in further studies of tests such as RCM in a usual practice setting as opposed to be highly experienced clinicians in specialist settings.”

The field of artificial intelligence also shows promise, but comes with some caveats.

Because computer-assisted diagnosis relies on comparing lesions with images in a database, it’s only effective if a given patient’s lesion matches up well with an image already on file.

However, Dinnes said, since Skin cancer symptoms can vary widely from person to person, so artificial intelligence systems — commonly used in smartphone apps claiming to accurately diagnose skin cancers — are hardly a foolproof diagnosis technique.

While it may be tempting to get an all-clear diagnosis from your phone, it’s best not to entrust an app with your skin health.

“Based on current evidence, we would advise against relying on a smartphone application to assess the level of risk of a new or changing mole being a melanoma,” said Dinnes. “There is a high chance that these applications will miss melanomas.”

Ultimately, skin cancer is tricky to diagnose — and keeping on top of the situation requires vigilance.

“At the end of the day, unless a biopsy is done, there is no perfectly accurate test for detecting skin cancer,” said Dinnes. “So anyone who gets a benign diagnosis and who later has continuing concerns about a particular skin lesion should always go back to their doctor for a second opinion.”

213 Comments
  • Nestor Konditamde
    Posted at 14:34h, 14 May Reply

    Roger that

    • Mary Peoples
      Posted at 01:35h, 15 May Reply

      Very interesting

    • Shawn L Sanderson
      Posted at 20:00h, 16 May Reply

      How often should you check for skin cancer.

  • Doyle C wilkins
    Posted at 14:42h, 14 May Reply

    I did not know you could diagnose Skin cancer with a cell phone I would not trust this route and all good information.

  • KELLIE MOORE
    Posted at 14:44h, 14 May Reply

    I HAVE ALREADY HAD SKIN CANCER AND HAD SURGERY TO REMOVE IT. HOPEFULLY I DON’T HAVE TO HAVE ANY MORE.

  • Danny LaFountain
    Posted at 14:44h, 14 May Reply

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        Posted at 18:16h, 24 May Reply

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    Posted at 14:48h, 14 May Reply

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    It would be cool as long as the results were accurate

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    Posted at 14:49h, 14 May Reply

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      Posted at 18:08h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 14:53h, 14 May Reply

    What SPF do you recommend

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    Posted at 14:54h, 14 May Reply

    Very good article

    • Ruth Ellen Allred
      Posted at 15:19h, 14 May Reply

      Thanks

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    Posted at 14:54h, 14 May Reply

    My family is very safe and we use precaution against sun rays

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    Posted at 14:55h, 14 May Reply

    Agree with Doyl

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      Posted at 17:54h, 15 May Reply

      Great information, i had no idea, Thanks for the knollage.

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      Posted at 16:58h, 15 May Reply

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    No symptoms that I know of.

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    Thaught phones and such caused cancer

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    Very helpful

  • Elizabeth Fogleman
    Posted at 15:10h, 14 May Reply

    Interesting information, and good to know that there’s evidence that skin cancers are increasing in recent years.

  • Beth Smith
    Posted at 15:11h, 14 May Reply

    I think dealing with skin cancer should be done with a visualization from your doctor

  • Keonda Maness
    Posted at 15:11h, 14 May Reply

    This is a highly over looked cancer

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    Posted at 15:12h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 15:12h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 15:14h, 14 May Reply

    Interesting!

  • Deborah Anthony
    Posted at 15:14h, 14 May Reply

    Take care as we come into summer.

  • Harold Little
    Posted at 15:15h, 14 May Reply

    This article can help save many lives. Excellent article!

  • Pam Wells
    Posted at 15:16h, 14 May Reply

    Very good article, interesting that you can get a diagnosis by using a cell phone

  • Evangeline Lunsford
    Posted at 15:16h, 14 May Reply

    Think I’m kinda iffy about a cell phone attempting to diagnosis cancer.

  • Cynthia Poole
    Posted at 15:16h, 14 May Reply

    Very interesting article. I also would not trust an app on my phone to diagnosis cancer.

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    Posted at 15:18h, 14 May Reply

    This was a very informative article.

  • Ruth Ellen Allred
    Posted at 15:19h, 14 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Nelson Little
    Posted at 15:21h, 14 May Reply

    Interesting

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    Posted at 15:23h, 14 May Reply

    Good info

  • Brian Bailey
    Posted at 15:25h, 14 May Reply

    Good information. I would not trust an app on a phone for a diagnosis. Always best to see a doctor. I like the ABCDE method for monitoring as well.

  • Edward L Reiman
    Posted at 15:25h, 14 May Reply

    Great info! Thanks for the read.

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    Posted at 15:26h, 14 May Reply

    good read

  • Kim Hetrick
    Posted at 15:26h, 14 May Reply

    Good reminder as summer is upon us!

  • Lyndsay Myers
    Posted at 15:27h, 14 May Reply

    Cell phone app! Crazy.
    Good info
    Thanks!

  • Christine Owsley
    Posted at 15:27h, 14 May Reply

    Skin cancer runs in my family. Very informative

  • Mayra Echeverria
    Posted at 15:27h, 14 May Reply

    i would never trust the internet when it comes to cancer symptons

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    Posted at 15:28h, 14 May Reply

    Will share with my family..great info

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    Posted at 15:29h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 15:41h, 14 May Reply

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  • LaChelle Rininger
    Posted at 15:53h, 14 May Reply

    This should be part of your annual physical

  • Kristen Smith
    Posted at 15:54h, 14 May Reply

    Good info. Hopefully as technology continues to develop we will be able to find cures to these terrible diseases. In the mean time lots of sunscreen and skin care products!

  • lula green
    Posted at 15:54h, 14 May Reply

    Great article; I have mole on my thigh that’s been there since birth. It never has changed color or size. It is a flat round mole. My doctors said no need to worry about it Other moles I have had them frozen to be removed.

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    Posted at 15:56h, 14 May Reply

    Great read and information on an important topic!

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    Posted at 16:08h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 16:08h, 14 May Reply

    I also had skin cancer

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    Posted at 16:09h, 14 May Reply

    Good Information, thank you.

  • Shannon H
    Posted at 16:11h, 14 May Reply

    Phones are smart, but not that smart. Talk to your Doc…..

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    Posted at 16:13h, 14 May Reply

    Interesting article

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    Posted at 16:14h, 14 May Reply

    They need to find a cure for cancer

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    Posted at 16:14h, 14 May Reply

    Thanks for info

  • Roger Anderson
    Posted at 16:17h, 14 May Reply

    Thank you

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    Posted at 16:22h, 14 May Reply

    Great job!

  • Tonya Countryman
    Posted at 16:23h, 14 May Reply

    Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance and the need for these advancements grow. The opportunity to aid and reach individuals in rural America, who want to take more ownership of their well-being, (in conjunction with licensed healthcare workers) support this need for AI advancements to help facilitate this partnership.

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    Posted at 16:29h, 14 May Reply

    I agree with Doyle Wilkins.

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    Posted at 16:45h, 14 May Reply

    Interesting…

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    Posted at 16:52h, 14 May Reply

    When in question go see a Doc.

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    Posted at 16:53h, 14 May Reply

    Thanks

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    Posted at 17:05h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 17:15h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 17:21h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 17:29h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 17:36h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 17:45h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 17:46h, 14 May Reply

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  • Laurie Lierman
    Posted at 17:48h, 14 May Reply

    Always use your sunscreen.

  • Selina Lloyd
    Posted at 17:48h, 14 May Reply

    I would not trust a cellphone to tesr for cancer

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    Posted at 17:50h, 14 May Reply

    Good info on a very important and scary topic

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    Posted at 18:08h, 14 May Reply

    Thanks

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    Posted at 18:14h, 14 May Reply

    Good info

  • Lori
    Posted at 18:17h, 14 May Reply

    Considering skin is the largest organ in our body it is so important we pay attention to the changes on our skin.

  • Patti s
    Posted at 18:25h, 14 May Reply

    Dads had melanoma for as long as I can remember finally understood when I went into nursing. This article was enlightening and educational

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    Posted at 18:25h, 14 May Reply

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  • Patti s
    Posted at 18:28h, 14 May Reply

    Dads had melanoma for as long as I can remember understand more when I went into nursing enlightening and educational article

  • KEVIN SANTOS
    Posted at 19:13h, 14 May Reply

    Perfect time of year to pay attention to this as we head out into the summer rays. Don’t forget the sunscreen!!!

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    Posted at 19:20h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 19:21h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 19:30h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 19:37h, 14 May Reply

    Excellent read

  • Susan Fisher
    Posted at 19:41h, 14 May Reply

    I didn’t know there was an app for “diagnosing.” Might be a good place to start if you are questioning a spot, but would definitely follow up with my dr.

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    Posted at 19:51h, 14 May Reply

    Very Helpful Information

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    Posted at 20:11h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 20:42h, 14 May Reply

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    Posted at 21:37h, 14 May Reply

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    Great information to know

  • Betty Busey
    Posted at 22:25h, 14 May Reply

    Skin cancer is a scary thing and I love the sun

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    Posted at 22:48h, 14 May Reply

    Great information

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    Posted at 22:48h, 14 May Reply

    This helps thank you

  • Rhonda Inman
    Posted at 22:53h, 14 May Reply

    I had melanoma removed from my leg 2 years ago. I go every 6 months for screening..I go this Friday. Thank you for the information.

  • Ben H Poitevint
    Posted at 23:13h, 14 May Reply

    Ok thanks

  • sharon smith
    Posted at 23:25h, 14 May Reply

    I like this article, I always check myself daily for anything unusual when it comes to my body. I don’t know about the cello phone thing either, but I definitely check myself. thank you

  • Zachary Stivers
    Posted at 00:29h, 15 May Reply

    Interesting read, thank you

  • Randy Hines
    Posted at 00:34h, 15 May Reply

    A lot think it’s just a mole but better let the doctor decide that. Get it checked out.

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    Posted at 01:08h, 15 May Reply

    Interesting facts

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    Posted at 11:06h, 15 May Reply

    Thank you!

  • Vicki Koch
    Posted at 12:06h, 15 May Reply

    Another good article. My husband has had skin cancer. I need to be checked as well.

  • Rachelle Gizinski
    Posted at 12:13h, 15 May Reply

    As I get older the subject becomes more concerning to me, even though you can get it at any age

  • Irene Durr
    Posted at 13:34h, 15 May Reply

    Good information.

  • Irene Durr
    Posted at 13:38h, 15 May Reply

    I don’t think I will be using my cell phone to look for skin cancer

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    Posted at 14:11h, 15 May Reply

    Good to know. Thanks

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    Posted at 15:40h, 15 May Reply

    Thanks for the information

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    Posted at 18:03h, 15 May Reply

    Thanks

  • David Murray
    Posted at 18:07h, 15 May Reply

    I had a mole that was a weird shape which turned out to be benign. Thanks.

  • David Murray
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    Thanks

  • David Murray
    Posted at 18:10h, 15 May Reply

    I had mole onc but it turned out ok.

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    Posted at 18:27h, 15 May Reply

    Great read.

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    Posted at 19:01h, 15 May Reply

    Sweet

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    Posted at 20:03h, 15 May Reply

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    Posted at 22:51h, 15 May Reply

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    Posted at 03:02h, 16 May Reply

    Excellent

  • Alexander Broderick
    Posted at 03:06h, 16 May Reply

    interesting, might be worth a check

  • Mitchell Macarthur
    Posted at 04:35h, 16 May Reply

    ABCDE that is an awesome acronym to monitor skin abnormalities thank you

  • Jim Cosby
    Posted at 09:29h, 16 May Reply

    Helpful information!

  • Jeff Chadwick
    Posted at 12:46h, 16 May Reply

    Thank you- good information!

  • Matt
    Posted at 13:25h, 16 May Reply

    Thank you for this information. Very valuable to know.

  • Howie Thompson
    Posted at 13:41h, 16 May Reply

    Summer is coming. Protect your skin!

  • Nicole
    Posted at 13:55h, 16 May Reply

    Read

  • Joanne A.
    Posted at 15:11h, 16 May Reply

    Great. Thank you!

  • Harrison H. Ross
    Posted at 15:59h, 16 May Reply

    Good to know info giving I live in Arizona, good information

  • Sandra Vicks
    Posted at 16:26h, 16 May Reply

    Wow….have to start checking for spots .
    Have to take better care of myself

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    Posted at 19:57h, 16 May Reply

    Read

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    Posted at 20:13h, 16 May Reply

    Important information.

  • Melinda
    Posted at 23:09h, 16 May Reply

    Good Info

  • Stephen Lay
    Posted at 23:16h, 16 May Reply

    Great article. I go every year for a body exam to check for skin cancer. Have history in family of melanoma.

  • Hope Griffin
    Posted at 23:59h, 16 May Reply

    good to hear there are more testing options that may not be a huge expense available in the future….hopefully sooner than later!

  • Mary Ella Johnson
    Posted at 01:42h, 17 May Reply

    Good info.

  • Lawrence Garcia
    Posted at 02:13h, 17 May Reply

    Thanks, good read!

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    Posted at 12:35h, 17 May Reply

    Interesting article

  • Jackie Messenger
    Posted at 12:41h, 17 May Reply

    Thank you. Informative.

  • Brad Martin
    Posted at 13:16h, 17 May Reply

    Informative article. Skin cancer is becoming far too common unfortunately.

  • Derick mitchell
    Posted at 14:29h, 17 May Reply

    thanks

  • Anisha Welch
    Posted at 17:55h, 17 May Reply

    How in the world can one diagnosis skin cancer from a phone, that’s crazy! Sad that enjoying the sun can do so much good and damage all in one!

  • Terri Beaver
    Posted at 18:28h, 17 May Reply

    Thank you very informative

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    Posted at 21:55h, 17 May Reply

    Good advice

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    Posted at 22:05h, 17 May Reply

    Thank you for the information

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    Posted at 11:43h, 18 May Reply

    Great read. Thank you.

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    Posted at 15:19h, 18 May Reply

    This was interesting !!

  • VALENTINA WASHINGTON
    Posted at 02:00h, 20 May Reply

    Very good information

  • Brett Shortell
    Posted at 15:59h, 20 May Reply

    Good info. Will do more self checks.

  • Brooke Ransom
    Posted at 21:22h, 20 May Reply

    Thank you

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    Posted at 21:52h, 20 May Reply

    Good information!

  • David Morris
    Posted at 23:38h, 20 May Reply

    Good information to know.

  • terry king
    Posted at 23:58h, 20 May Reply

    Had me checking

  • Jean Farrell
    Posted at 15:57h, 21 May Reply

    Thank you.
    This information is extremely helpful!

  • Ronald E Scholz
    Posted at 16:25h, 21 May Reply

    Better option is regular check ups by a dermatologist

  • Amanda Shows
    Posted at 17:24h, 21 May Reply

    Great info

  • Cynthia Alexander
    Posted at 17:56h, 21 May Reply

    Thanks

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    Posted at 17:57h, 21 May Reply

    useful information

  • Meredith West
    Posted at 18:45h, 21 May Reply

    May

  • Nelson, Bonnie
    Posted at 11:18h, 23 May Reply

    I wish more people would take this seriously and get moles checked out earlier.

  • Jeri P
    Posted at 18:13h, 28 May Reply

    Good info. Thank you

  • Franklyn Emerson
    Posted at 02:30h, 29 May Reply

    I already know it has to be scraped and tested to be sure

  • Juanita Noce
    Posted at 17:29h, 06 June Reply

    Ty

  • Deborah
    Posted at 17:51h, 11 June Reply

    Living in Florida great article

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