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Skin cancer is the most prevalent of all cancers. It is estimated that more than one million Americans develop skin cancer every year.

If a skin biopsy reveals that an area of the skin is cancerous, the dermatologist has an array of surgical proceedures to treat the cancer depending on the needs of the individual patient. Early detection and removal offer the best chance for a cure.

Dermatologists recommend that one helpful way to discover early skin cancer is to do periodic self-examinations. Get familiar with your skin and your own pattern of moles, freckles, and "beauty marks". Watch for changes in the number, size, shape, and color of pigmented areas. Call your dermatologist if any changes are noticed.
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