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Posted by: Ash | 2004/10/14

Pre-malignant Mole

My husband had a mole removed from his shoulder and the tests found that it was pre-malignant. I would like to find out more about this, what happens next and what we can expect afterwards.
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Ash, pre-malignant means that there were changes in the mole that could’ve lead to cancer – there was no cancer yet. This means that you don’t have to expect anything, just keep an eye on his other moles. Good luck.

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Posted by: Ash | 2004/10/18

Thanks!

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