Category Cancer

Skin Cancer in Children: Recognizing Melanoma
Cancer

Skin Cancer in Children: Recognizing Melanoma

Skin cancer is rare in children, however no one is safe from skin cancer because our dermis has memory. This means that all skin lesions, in the form of sunburns, accumulate on the skin, reducing the solar capital with which we are born. The latest studies on the incidence of melanoma or skin cancer indicate that having suffered more than three sunburns in the same area increases the risk of skin cancer.

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Cancer

Guide to identify if your child's moles are cancerous

The skin of children is enviable, raise your hand who would not like to have that soft, smooth, delicate and tender skin again. However, it is inevitable, as we grow the skin becomes drier, less elastic and with more impurities. But something very curious also happens, as we grow, the skin fills with moles.
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Cancer

Skin Cancer in Children: Recognizing Melanoma

Skin cancer is rare in children, however no one is safe from skin cancer because our dermis has memory. This means that all skin lesions, in the form of sunburns, accumulate on the skin, reducing the solar capital with which we are born. The latest studies on the incidence of melanoma or skin cancer indicate that having suffered more than three sunburns in the same area increases the risk of skin cancer.
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