Melanoma cancer

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Melanoma cancer

Melanoma

Melanoma is a cancer that forms in melanocytes, the cells of the skin which produce a brown pigment called melanin. These are the cells which obscure when exposed to the sun, a protective response to shield the skin's deeper layers from the harmful effects of UV rays. Unlike other types of skin cancer, however, melanoma that grow in parts of the body that are not usually exposed to sunlight, such as the groin or feet bottoms. It can also form into the pupil. Melanoma is a complex disease, so it is important to work on today's technology and therapies with seasoned cancer doctors who are educated and up to date. Our oncologists at "Cure My Cancer" have experience with the increasing variety of specific cancer treatments for the disease including immunotherapy and targeted therapy. Your care team will clarify your choices and design a personalized plan based on your particular needs. They also provide evidence-informed supportive care services to help you control side effects associated with the procedure.

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