Skin Cancer Treatment

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Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers yet it's also one of the most easily prevented and easily treated. If you have the right information, you stand a very good chance of being able to protect yourself from skin cancer. Use the Skin Cancer Web Guide to learn what skin cancer is, what the risk factors and causes are, and how you can prevent and treat it.

What Is Skin Cancer?

There are three types of skin cancer: basal cell, squamous cell and melanoma. Although the first ... read more »

Skin Cancer Risk

Doctors have a pretty clear and solid understanding of who gets skin cancer. Use the sites below to ... read more »

Skin Cancer Signs and Diagnosis

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, more than half of diagnosed melanomas are found ... read more »

Skin Cancer Prevention

It's often hard to determine the origin of a cancer but skin cancer's causes are plain as day. ... read more »

Skin Cancer Treatment

Although skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, it is also the most easily treated. Below you'll find sites that explain skin cancer treatment options for all three kinds of skin cancer.

Insights for Skin Cancer Treatment

  • Your treatment will be partially determined by the stage of your cancer. For information about staging, see the "Skin Cancer Signs and Diagnosis" section of this guide.
  • Skin cancer treatment may require surgery that will leave scars. As a result, some people choose to have a plastic surgeon perform the procedure. If you'd like more information about plastic surgery in general, or about how to choose a surgeon, take a look at our Plastic Surgery Web Guide.

Top Sites for Skin Cancer Treatment

For overviews of skin cancer treatment options ...
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For information on complementary and alternative skin cancer treatments ...
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Skin Cancer Research and News

Doctors and researchers continue to investigate the causes and cures for skin cancer. Use the sites ... read more »

Skin Cancer Support

The sites below offer alternatives to the official medical sites listed in the rest of this guide. ... read more »

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