Monday, March 22, 2010

Signs of Skin Cancer

Signs of Skin Cancer
These signs of skin cancer are named in alphabetical order as ABCDE.
Here five signs of skin cancer are explained.
A is stands for asymmetry of skin.
B stands for cancerous tumors often do not have regular, easily distinguishable borders.
C stands for Color. Means skin cancer frequently multicolored in appearance, and may be black, white, brown, red, or blue.
D stands for diameter of these skin growths.
Finally E stands for to designate elevation.

Other signs of skin cancer rather than these five signs are sores or pimples that bleed or drain fluid.
People who have fair skin and are frequently exposed to the sun they have greater chance to caught skin cancer. So prevention from skin cancer is must.

Follow the tips for preventing skin cancer.

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