I saw my results today and my doctor has not called yet but what does this exactly mean?
This sounds like a crazy question but I have 2 spots that are concerning to me but whenever I am outside in the sun, my bathing suit bottoms cover them and 99%… READ MORE
I am getting 2 Mohs surgeries on my face. I just got my detailed pathology reports today, and one spot is nodular, the other is micronodular, which is more aggressive. Has anyone… READ MORE
I have treated my chest and face with Efudex, but I haven’t treated my lips. I’m looking for any pointers on how to best go about avoiding ingesting the cream and any… READ MORE
I have a new freckle that popped up on my eyelid last October. During my skin check my dermatologist instructed me to watch it for any changes since it’s a complicated area… READ MORE
I just had excision surgery to remove basal cell carcinoma from the corner of my eye medial canthus area. Has anyone else experienced this? I am wondering about my recovery and how… READ MORE
Sometimes negative emotions can be overwhelming. For example, when dealing with things like recurrence and scars. What helps you when you’re getting bogged down?
It goes without saying that we all wear our sunscreens every single day, right? We have all learned that this damage from the sun and/or tanning beds was caused many, many years… READ MORE
One of our members wants to know more about this treatment option. Has it ever been mentioned to you?
How can one prepare for excision and what should they expect?
My son is 14 and we have found a spot on his back that turned really dark really fast. His grandmother passed away from melanoma and his dad had stage 2. He… READ MORE
Curious how long until the pain’s gone after incision….I had unstaged melanoma but a fairly large incision that 1 year later is still tender some days. *Question sourced from Facebook comment
A lot of people don’t understand how difficult skin cancer can be. How do you explain it to people who don’t get it?
What are your symptoms like and how do you cope?
What’s the best way to keep a body map and stay on top of it?
Is there any kind of scan that they can do besides just looking over your body with a lighted magnifying glass?
I have 3 shave biopsies scheduled and I’m feeling nervous.
Looking to gather some information for our members who are newly diagnosed and feeling confused/nervous/scared.