Basal cells are normal skin cells. They may develop cancerous changes, causing a lump
or bump that is painless. A new skin growth that ulcerates, bleeds easily, or does not
heal well may indicate development of basal cell skin cancer. This type of skin cancer has
a high cure rate, but neglect can allow the cancer to enlarge, causing possible disability
or, in rare cases, death.
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Check out this video about identifying basal cancer.
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