We know that we’re supposed to watch our existing moles for change throughout our lives. We know to look for what is normal and to watch for changes that look “weird”, “angry”, “black or multi-colored”, or for “strange shapes/borders”. But what happens before and while those changes take place? When does a mole transition from being just a mole to something cancerous like melanoma? Click the image to read the full article.
Adolescent and young adult cancer survivors need to be monitored for delayed treatment side effects, including problems affecting the endocrine system, researchers say. Click the image to read the full article.