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EPA SunWise: Health Effects of UV Radiation
Basal Cell Carcinomas are the most common type of skin cancer tumors. They usually appear as small, fleshy bumps or nodules on the head and neck, but can occur on other skin areas. Basal cell ... and cause considerable damage. Squamous Cell Carcinomas are tumors that may appear as nodules or as red, scaly patches. This cancer can develop into large masses, and unlike basal cell carcinoma, it can ...
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Basal Cell Carcinoma: Skin Cancers: Merck Manual Home Edition
Basal Cell Carcinoma Basal cell carcinomas rarely spread (metastasize) to distant parts of the body. Instead, they invade and slowly destroy surrounding tissues. When basal cell carcinomas grow near ... basal cell carcinomas that regrow or occur in certain areas, such as around the nose and eyes. Rarely, radiation treatment is used. Treatment is nearly always successful, and basal cell ...
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EPA SunWise: Health Effects of UV Radiation
Basal Cell Carcinomas are the most common type of skin cancer tumors. They usually appear as small, fleshy bumps or nodules on the head and neck, but can occur on other skin areas. Basal cell ... and cause considerable damage. Squamous Cell Carcinomas are tumors that may appear as nodules or as red, scaly patches. This cancer can develop into large masses, and unlike basal cell carcinoma, it can ...
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Controversy
UV exposure are the easily cured basal-cell and squamous-cell carcinomas. The far more dangerous malignant melanomas have not been linked to UV-B exposure ... .Zurer argues Yes for the following reasons: Well proven link of UV exposure to basal-cell and squamous-cell carcinomas. The FDA (FDA doc#92-1186) claims there is evidence linking sun exposure to ...
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