ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
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ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
ABCDE's
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
The Self-Skin Examination is as easy as ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer  Follow along and learn how to detect what may be an early melanoma.

  A symmetry
  One half of the mole does not match the other half

ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer

Border
  Edges of the mole are ragged or notched

ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer

Color
  Multiple colors may be present (brown, black, pink, red and/or blue)

ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer

Diameter
  Increasing over time, use a ruler to measure recent changes

ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer

Enlargement & Other Changes
  Any change in mole, such as  bleeding, continued itching, crusting and/or draining
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer

Use the above guide to aid in your examination of your own skin. 

Please contact your physician if you notice ANY of the above changes!

Pictures thanks to Ashish C. Bhatia, MD
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
ABCDE's of Melanoma Skin Cancer
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