WIDOW OFFERS WARNING ABOUT AMELANOTIC MELANOMA
Last year, Charlene Creel said her final goodbyes to her late husband, Tom, on the tranquil waters of the Gulf of Mexico. After mixing his ashes with concrete, his memorial became part of a thriving, underwater reef.
Charlene's journey to that point began more than three years ago. She discovered a lump in Tom's groin was melanoma, an aggressive skin cancer. It spread from a spot on his calf.
"It wasn’t a mole, it had no color, it had no irregular shape and it didn't appear to be changing. It almost looked like a knotted vein on the back of an older guy's calf," she described. Read the full article by clicking the photo.