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BCC is the most common type of skin cancer. It often presents as a pimple that doesn’t go away but may look like a rough pink-red spot or flesh colored skin growth. BCCs derive from cells located within the basal layer of the skin and grow in various patterns. Although some patterns tend to behave more aggressively than others, BCCs typically grow slowly and do not spread to other parts of the body. However, BCCs do not resolve on their own and should be treated.

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SCC is a common type of skin cancer that derives from squamous-type skin cells. SCCs may look like a scaly red spot or sore that does not heal. These cancers may grow more quickly than BCCs and can spread to lymph nodes in some circumstances. Spread is more likely in patients that are immuno-suppressed or if tumors have aggressive features under the microscope.

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A pre-skin cancer is also known as an actinic or solar keratosis. They typically present as rough red spots that are easier to feel than see. Longstanding sun exposure is the biggest risk factor for the development of these pre-skin cancers. They are most often found on the face, ears, scalp, arms, and hands. Sometimes they are asymptomatic but occasionally they sting. Although pre-skin cancers may come and go, a small percentage of them go on to become skin cancers. For this reason, they are often treated with liquid nitrogen or topical medications, such as Efudex (5-fluorouracil) or Aldara (imiquimod). Both of these medications selectively destroy pre-skin cancer cells while sparing surrounding normal cells.

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SCC is a common type of skin cancer that derives from squamous-type skin cells. SCCs may look like a scaly red spot or sore that does not heal. These cancers may grow more quickly than BCCs and can spread to lymph nodes in some circumstances. Spread is more likely in patients that are immunosuppressed or if tumors have aggressive features under the microscope.

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