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I’m planning to remove one of my moles. It is pretty big and I’m worried is it cancerous. I will go to my doctor soon to see what I can do about it. I just wanted to know is biopsy necessary after mole removal? I don’t know what to do, so give me some advice, please.

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Not always. If your dermatologist thinks that your moles could potentially be cancerous, he will usually examine them carefully by performing a biopsy. He would either excise part of the mole, a small tissue sample for examination under the microscope. This tissue is then sent to a pathology laboratory to be examined.
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