Skin cancer

Skin cancer:

Skin Cancer is the abnormal growth of cells in the outer most layer of the skin caused by unpaired DNA damage, that trigger mutations, which appear like a lump or discolor the patch of the skin. The mutation leads the skin cells to multiply rapidly and form tumors. The common skin cancers are Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Merkel Cell Carcinoma, and Melanoma. Skin cancer develops in the area of the body that is regularly exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun such as the nose, neck, arms, legs, lips, chest, scalp, face etc.

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Skin Cancer Awareness | Melanoma | Dermatology | Cancer Prevention | Skin Oncology | Skin Cancer Summit | Melanoma Symposium | Skin Cancer Congress | Dermatology Event | Skin Cancer Research | Cutaneous Oncology | Melanoma Research | Cancer Prevention Conference | Skin Cancer Awareness Event | Dermatology Seminar | Skin Health Forum | Dermatologic Oncology | Cancer Science Symposium

Related Associations: 

American Academy of Dermatology | Skin Cancer Foundation | Melanoma Research Foundation | International Dermoscopy Society | Australian Cancer Research Foundation | European Association of Dermato-Oncology | National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention | Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation | Cancer Research UK - Skin Cancer | American Cancer Society - Skin Cancer