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Non-melanoma skin cancer

Non-melanoma skin cancer

Non-melanoma skin cancer is one of the most common types of skin cancer. This type of cancer begins as a small lump or a patch of skin that does not go away. In severe cases, the bumps could become red and firm but cancerous patches are often flat and appear scaly. The exact cause of non-melanoma skin cancer is unknown. However, it is known to be linked to prolonged exposure to the dangerous UV rays of the sun. If you have any of the symptoms, you should consult a dermatologist immediately.

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