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Basal cell carcinoma BCC also known as a rodent ulcer is the most common form of skin cancer. Treatment may be more complicated if they have been neglected for a long time. Early recognition and treatment are very important. The most significant risk factor in the development of basal cell carcinoma is long-term exposure to sunlight and episodes of burning in the sun. The risk increases if you have a tendency to freckle and have fair skin. Minor surgery is another option and is usually carried out using a local anaesthetic.

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We're committed to providing you with the very best cancer care, and your safety continues to be a top priority. This is just one more way of ensuring your safety and that of our staff. Read more. The best way to prevent skin cancer is to avoid excessive exposure to the sun as much as possible — not just when you are at the beach or a swimming pool but every day.

Apply two thin coats about an ounce per application as part of your daily routine. Exposure to Industrial Compounds. Overexposure to ultraviolet UV radiation from the sun is the single most important cause of skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma.

The radiation reaches you by invisible rays, which are part of the energy produced by the sun. Scientists believe that UVB radiation, known for causing sunburns and blistering, causes most skin cancers. Basal cell carcinoma develops most often among people who have been exposed to UVB radiation in particular, especially if the exposure caused sunburns or blistering. People who work outside, spend time at the beach, or participate in outdoor sports have a higher risk of developing skin cancer.

UVA rays, generally responsible for tanning, also cause skin damage. Sun lamps and tanning beds are other sources of exposure to harmful UVA rays and should be avoided.

UVA rays can also travel through glass and clouds. People with fair skin, especially those with blond or red hair and blue or light-colored eyes, have a higher chance of developing skin cancer.

Fair-skinned people have less of the skin pigment called melanin. Melanin gives skin, hair, and eyes their color. It also provides a degree of natural protection from the sun. However, people with dark skin, who have more melanin, can still develop basal cell carcinoma.

People who have had skin cancer have a higher risk of developing skin cancer again. Up to half of all people who have been diagnosed with one basal cell carcinoma develop another skin cancer within five years. Aside from sun exposure, there are a few less common risk factors for basal cell carcinoma. They include repeated exposure to.

People with a weakened immune system have a higher risk for developing basal cell carcinoma. This includes people who have lymphoma or leukemia , are receiving chemotherapy , or are being treated with drugs to prevent organ transplant rejection. It usually takes a long time between when your skin was exposed to harmful UV rays and when basal cell carcinoma appears.

This means that older people are at a greater risk of developing the disease. Also, as you age, your body loses its ability to repair damage from the sun.

This increases your cancer risk as well. Skip to main content. Basal Cell Carcinoma Screening. Basal Cell Carcinoma Diagnosis. Basal Cell Carcinoma Treatment. Living beyond Basal Cell Carcinoma. Basal Cell Carcinoma Clinical Trials. Fair Skin People with fair skin, especially those with blond or red hair and blue or light-colored eyes, have a higher chance of developing skin cancer.

Personal History of Skin Cancer People who have had skin cancer have a higher risk of developing skin cancer again. Exposure to Industrial Compounds Aside from sun exposure, there are a few less common risk factors for basal cell carcinoma.

They include repeated exposure to radiation coal tar arsenic other industrial compounds. Previous Basal Cell Carcinoma. Next Basal Cell Carcinoma Screening.

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We're committed to providing you with the very best cancer care, and your safety continues to be a top priority. This is just one more way of ensuring your safety and that of our staff. Read more. The best way to prevent skin cancer is to avoid excessive exposure to the sun as much as possible — not just when you are at the beach or a swimming pool but every day. Apply two thin coats about an ounce per application as part of your daily routine.

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Basal cell carcinoma

En Espanol. Basal cell carcinoma BCC is the most common form of skin cancer and the most frequently occurring form of all cancers. In the U. BCCs arise from abnormal, uncontrolled growth of basal cells.

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