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Mole Questions
Answered by Dr.Cohn

Q. If you have had a mole for over 50 years without any changes is there the possibility that it could still turn into a melanoma after this period of time??

Answer: Yes


Q. I have many moles on my arm and one of them is changing...it has a black speck and its really dry and a little red around it...what should I do? Thank you for your time.

Answer: Definitely see a dermatologist to have a complete skin check to evaluate for any suspicious moles.

The changing mole on your arm may represent a precancerous or cancerous mole and should be evaluated.




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