Skin Cancer of the Foot and Ankle – An Epidemic

Skin cancer of the legs, ankles, and feet are some of the most overlooked cancers. They are found in locations where most people consider skin cancers unlikely. Over 90% of skin cancers appear on sun-exposed skin, usually found on the face, neck, ears, forearms, and hands, but an alarming number are also found in the legs, ankles, and feet.

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Worship Your Skin, Not the Sun

Your mother is right, you must protect your skin from the strong rays of the sun, especially while you are young. Now, how did she gain that knowledge? Perhaps through a painful lesson, perhaps the health news on TV or in magazines. Trust her – most skin damage due to ultraviolet radiation occurs before age 20.

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Myths Revealed About Skin Cancer and Age Spots

Age spots, liver spots, sun spots or whatever they are called are very often counted to be a sign of skin cancer. People are not always even aware of what different skin marks are – moles, warfs and lentigo are often mixed up with liver spots (Melasma). I will reveal here some of the myths about skin cancer and look quickly into other skin marks also.

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