What You Need To Know About: Melanoma and Other Skin Cancers

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What You Need To Know About: Melanoma and Other Skin Cancers

Publisher: National Cancer Institute
Number of pages: 59

This booklet is for people diagnosed with the most common types of skin cancer like Melanoma, Basal cell skin cancer and Squamous cell skin cancer. The book tells about diagnosis and staging, treatment, follow-up care, how to prevent another skin cancer from forming, and how to do a skin self-exam.

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