Melinoma skin cancer


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Skin Cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer.  About fifty percent of diagonsed cancers are skin cancers. There are two main types of skin cancer malignant melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancer. Melanoma respresenting only about four percent of all skin cancer diagnosis is very far more dangerous than nonmelanoma skin cancer. There are many deaths caused by Melanoma skin cancer. Seventy nine percent of skin cancer deaths are from melanoma.

If you have the following symptoms, you may have Melanoma, seek proffessional help immediatly:

One of the best treatments for Melanoma skin cancer is not getting it in the first place. You can lower your risk of not getting skin cancer if you do not fall into the following catagories:

Once you have caughten skin cancer there are several ways to treat it.

Surgery: Surgery can be used to remove the melanona.

Chemotherapy: Is the use of chemicals to treat the disease. Refers to cytotoxic drugs to treat the melonama skin cancer. most chemotherapeutic drugs work by impairing mitosis (cell division), effectively targeting fast-dividing cells.

Radiation therapy: is the medical use of ionizing radiation as part of cancer treatment to control malignant Melonama cells. Many different radition machines point from different angles so that the normal tissue is spared from the treatment while the inflicted area gets a much higher dose.

See Also

Malignant melanoma skin cancer
What is melanoma skin cancer
Alternative medicine
Causes and risk factors
Tests diagnosis
Nonmelanoma skin cancer
Melenoma skin cancer
Melinoma skin cancer
Non melanoma skin cancer

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