Images of melanoma cancer are presented on the official websites of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health and Mayo Clinic. An image gallery of various types of skin cancer, including melanoma... More »

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The American Cancer Society publishes photos of melanoma skin cancer in its skin cancer gallery on its official website, Cancer.org, as of 2015. However, the ACS cautions that although the photos in the gallery are of ac... More »

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Abnormal moles are a sign of melanoma skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Unusually shaped or textured moles or moles that change in size, color or shape may indicate the development of melanoma. More »

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Malignant melanoma may look like a mole that has certain characteristics, such as being asymmetrical, having an uneven border or color and changing in size with time, states the National Institutes of Health's National C... More »

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Metastatic cancer is a type of cancer that has spread from the original point of cancer to another place in the body, according to the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health. Metastasis occurs whe... More »

Although certain types of metastatic cancers are curable using various treatments, most patients who have been diagnosed with metastatic cancer have resulted in fatalities, as stated by the National Cancer Institute of t... More »

The three types of standard treatments used for gallbladder cancer are surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy, according to the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health. Treatment clinical tria... More »

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