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Hi, I believe I have dysplastic mole, and I am worried if it could develop into the cancer. How can I distinguish dangerous moles to harmless?

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It is always a difficult question, and even doctors argue, which moles could proliferate into cancer and what is the risk for that. Melanoma is a potentially deadly form of skin cancer, which can arise from atypical mole. If person numerous atypical moles on the body, it has higher chances of developing a cancer. People with extremely fair skin and heavy freckling, are additionally endangered. An atypical mole has borders that are irregular and poorly defined. Most atypical moles never become malignant tissue, so their removal is unnecessary. If a person has family history of melanoma, it certainly means additional precaution.
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