Basal cell carcinoma (BCC)

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a common, slow growing relatively benign behaving nonmelanoma skin cancer. Surgical removal is usually the treatment of choice but depends on various factors that need to be discussed. More information and some of the options are included on the below websites:

Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC)

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Actinic Keratosis/ Sun damage

Actinic keratoses are a consequence of repeated sun exposure in susceptible skin. While not cancerous they have the potential to develop further and are also an indication of skin risk. Treatment includes a range of options and are included on the below websites:

Seborrhoeic keratosis

Seborrhoeic keratosis is a common benign pigmented skin lesion developing with age and with no risk of progression or sinister change. They can develop in a variety of patterns and some patients develop many over the years. These lesions are usually excluded from treatment by health services and insurers as normal age-related changes unless symptomatic or with atypical signs. One aspect to raise is that all new and changing lesions should not be brushed off as similarly benign, rather attend your GP to confirm.
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