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HEALTH & BEAUTY


Symptoms of skin cancer:


Focus on: Skin Cancer What harm can a bit of sunshine really do?


With signs of summer all around, most of us are looking forward to spending more time in the great outdoors and that eagerly anticipated summer holiday. Most Brits love nothing more than peeling off the layers and getting a bit of colour; it feels good, but do we stop to think about the damage which the sun can cause? Probably not.


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highlights that skin cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. Non-melanoma skin cancers tend to develop most often on skin that’s exposed to the sun and thus slowly develop in the upper layers of the skin. In the UK, more than 100,000 new cases of non-melanoma skin cancer are diagnosed each year. It affects more men than women and is most common in the elderly.


The earlier a skin cancer is identified, the easier it is to treat so it’s important you visit your GP as soon as possible if you notice a


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Skin cancers can look very different and the symptoms can vary. Some of the symptoms are also similar to other conditions. They might be: • A spot or sore • A lump


• A red or dark patch • Itchy, crusty or bleeding moles or patches


See your doctor if you have:


• A spot or sore that doesn’t heal within four weeks


• A spot or sore that hurts, is itchy, crusty, scabs over, or bleeds for more than four weeks • Areas where the skin has broken down (an ulcer) which doesn’t heal within four weeks and you can’t think of a reason for this change


change in your skin’s appearance. While it’s unlikely to be skin cancer, it’s best to be sure. To spot skin cancers early, it helps to know how your skin normally looks. That way, you’ll notice any changes more easily. To check your back or other areas you can’t see easily, get your partner or a trusted friend to check. This is very important if you are regularly outside in the sun for work or leisure.


If you’d like more information visit www.nhs.uk/conditions or www.cancerresearchuk.org To speak to a Cancer Research UK Nurse telephone 0808 8004040


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