Skin cancer - melanoma
The primary symptom of any skin cancer is usually a mole, sore, lump, or growth on the skin. Any change in appearance of a pigmented skin sore over time is a warning sign. Also, watch for any bleeding from a skin growth.
The ABCD system may help you remember features that might be symptoms of melanoma:
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Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
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