Do Cancerous Moles Hurt?

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According to cancer specialists and experts, cancerous moles do hurt. The especially do this when irritated, which happens on a few occasions. Whenever your moles hurt, they need to be examined immediately.
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A cancerous mole can look like a regular mole. If any mole starts to darken, change shape, or develop a crust like top, you should have a doctor check it.
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1. Check the color of your moles. Moles naturally have a wide variation in terms of colors and shapes, but there are certain features that should serve as a red flag for being potentially
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There are many types of skin cancer - some itch, some don't. If you have a mole which causes irritation, it would be a good idea to get it checked out, just in case.
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A biopsy, which is the removal of a small piece of tissue for
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