A person with a bleeding mole should be worried as it may indicate a serious type of skin cancer. Therefore, visiting a doctor or a dermatologist as soon as possible is advisable. More »

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Methods of removing moles at home, such as using lotions or pastes, can cause infection, scarring or bleeding, according to WebMD. It is important to have a doctor check the mole for cancer before having it removed, and ... More »

Some types of moles can be cut off by a doctor, but moles should never be cut off at home, according to WebMD. A doctor uses surgical scissors or a scalpel to cut off and shave a mole so that it is flush with the skin. H... More »

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Each type of skin cancer can take on several different appearances, making comparisons with pictures of diagnosed skin cancer an inefficient method of determining whether a particular skin mole or abnormality is cancerou... More »

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The appearance of skin cancer changes depending on the type of skin cancer that is present, but most can be described as scaly, rough spots on the skin or an abnormal mole, according to WebMD. The most common skin cancer... More »

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To stop a nosebleed, the person should tilt his head slightly forward, and use the thumb and forefinger to press down on the soft part of the nose, advises WebMD. Pressure should be kept in this area for at least 10 minu... More »

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There are many types of skin cancer that look different depending on the type of cancer and the person's skin type. Basal cell cancers are the most common with eight out of 10 skin cancer patients suffering from this for... More »

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