Skin cancer

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Skin cancer

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Non-melanoma skin cancers are unlikely to spread, such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, and may require little more than minor surgery or topical therapy. Melanoma, which accounts for about 2 percent of all skin cancers but is responsible for most deaths from skin cancer, can spread (metastasize) to other organs through the lymphatic system or bloodstream. Because the prevalence of this disease varies so greatly, it may be important to turn to a team of experts to understand the disease and the options available for treating it. At our cancer centers the pathologists and oncologists are specialists in the treatment of skin cancer. Our doctors treat cancer every day at "Cure My Cancer" Treatment Centers, empowering them with the knowledge and experience to help you make informed treatment decisions. If required, your oncologist can recommend surgery, immunotherapy or targeted therapy, as well as plastic surgery to restore your function and appearance. The care plan may also include evidence-informed supporting care treatments to help address side effects linked to skin cancer such as sensitivity to the light, skin dryness, itchiness and redness, weakness, swelling or nausea.

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