Mar 8, 2016 ... People with a lot of moles on their body are thought to be at greater risk for
melanoma skin cancer than people with fewer moles or none at all.
If you notice changes in a mole's color, height, size, or shape, you should have a
dermatologist (skin doctor) evaluate it. You also should have moles checked if ...
Nov 23, 2010 ... "As a clinician, when I get a patient with lots of moles, I automatically want ... She
also adds that there are only 5,000 cases of skin cancer a year ...
They usually have fuzzy or blurry borders, are varied in color, larger than most
moles and have both flat and raised components. While dysplastic nevi share a
Mar 21, 2016 ... You are more likely to get melanoma if you have lots of moles or freckles, pale
skin that burns easily, red or blond hair, or a family member who ...
Dec 2, 2015 ... Moles are benign growths on the skin that sometimes become cancerous. ... have
a genetic predisposition to forming moles or have had a lot of ...
Mar 2, 2016 ... Most people with a deadly kind of skin cancer have very few moles ... “Loads of
people have been led to believe that melanoma is primarily a ...
Have you been noticing more and more skin moles on your body? ... Your moles
can even turn a little bit darker if you're in the sun a lot, so that's cool too.
People with fair skin often have more moles than people with darker skin. You
are more likely to develop lots of moles, or a certain type of mole, if they are ...
I have a lot of moles. My left forearm alone, elbow to wrist, has 33 moles. My face
has a baker's dozen that I can see in the mirror. I would ...