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Old 06-11-2013, 01:19 PM   #1
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My sister just found out that she has skin cancer on her nose. There will be surgery to take it off and then reconstruct her nose. But no chemo or radiation at all. She will have to wear hats and keep her skin covered from now on. My dad also had skin cancer, so I guess it is best for me to start watching for it now.
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My sister just found out that she has skin cancer on her nose. There will be surgery to take it off and then reconstruct her nose. But no chemo or radiation at all. She will have to wear hats and keep her skin covered from now on. My dad also had skin cancer, so I guess it is best for me to start watching for it now.
One of our ex-neighbours had skin cancer on the nose; she's fine now, there was a time when she laubed (I think that must be colloquial) "slathered" suncream on her nose, like the cricketers tend to do and stayed out of the sun but she worships the sun again a lot, something I think I'd be reluctant to do after that sort of diagnosis and recovery...I think she had surgery as well, can't recall that she mentioned any chemo.
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Old 06-11-2013, 02:12 PM   #3
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Best of luck to her. Hope that all goes well with everything. Keep us all posted.
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I'm about to head to the gym, but will be glad to answer any questions...I am the poster boy. First, do you know if it is basal, squamous, or melonoma? Huge difference. I just had 2 removed a few weeks ago, one directly under my eye. I've probalby had around 75 surgeries.

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I'm about to head to the gym, but will be glad to answer any questions...I am the poster boy. First, do you know if it is basal, squamous, or melonoma? Huge difference. I just had 2 removed a few weeks ago, one directly under my eye. I've probalby had around 75 surgeries.

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What is the difference between them all? Are any of them hereditary?
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