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What are the symptoms of nonmelanoma skin cancer?

Nonmelanoma skin cancer can present in many different ways. Things to watch out for are changing moles, which include color or size change, itching or bleeding. New skin lesions can also be cancer and may be skin-colored, pigmented, flat or raised. For any new skin changes, see a doctor so that a proper diagnosis can be made.

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