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Mayo Clinic Minute – Learning the ABCDEs of melanoma
Moles are a common skin growth, and most are harmless. But changes in moles and other pigmented patches may be the sign of skin cancer, particularly melanoma. Dr. Catherine Degesys, a Mayo Clinic dermatologist explains to how to identify the warning signs and differentiate melanoma from noncancerous skin formations.
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